Thursday at the Masters was stolen from the likely hands of Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson and Rory McIlroy by a 14-year-old kid playing in his first Masters.
Tianlang Guan became the youngest player to ever play in the Masters on Thursday, and play he did. The youngster who most predicted wouldn't break 80 on a good day shot a round of 1-over 73, highlighted by an incredible birdie putt on the 18th green.
That should impress you plenty, but if it doesn't, just look at the list of PGA Tour players, winners and major champions that he beat on Thursday at Augusta National.
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So yeah, what a day for Guan. No matter what he does on Friday, or the weekend if he makes it, this 14-year-old will most definitely be the story as we leave the 2013 Masters.