Haas leads Masters by one stroke
AUGUSTA, Ga. — Former FedExCup champion Bill Haas tied his lowest score in a major to snatch the lead at the Masters on Thursday, while holder Adam Scott experienced a real sense of deja vu in the opening round.
American Haas, whose great uncle Bob Goalby landed the coveted green jacket in 1968, recovered from a bogey five at the opening hole to set the pace on four-under 68.
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