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The 2021 Masters is underway, with the Augusta action back in its usual April slot after a Covid-hit 2020.
You can follow latest scores here throughout each round, along with our live coverage and brilliant analysis of the big moments at Telegraph Sport.
England's Justin Rose just needed to get his bearings in the opening round of the 2021 Masters, shaking off a slow start with a memorable back nine to grab the lead with a 7-under 65 on Thursday at Augusta, Ga.
Playing on lightning-fast greens, Rose finished the day at Augusta National with a four-shot lead over Brian Harman and Japan's Hideki Matsuyama.
It is the fourth time Rose has held the 18-hole lead at the Masters, tying Jack Nicklaus' record. He just missed the record for largest lead after one round set by Craig Wood when he was five shots in front after 18 holes in 1941.
"Decent," Rose joked on the ESPN broadcast when asked to assess the round. "I didn't know where my game was coming into this week. I had a month off and hadn't played competitive golf for a good four weeks."