AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am 2012: Three-Way Tie Atop Leaderboard, Tiger Woods 4-Under

The first round of the 2012 AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am is officially in the books and Danny Lee, Charlie Wi and Dustin Johnson are all tied atop the leaderboard at nine-under.

Ken Duke and Brian Harman are right behind them at eight-under. Duke's scorecard is especially notable considering his back-nine run that includes six birdies and an eagle.

Noted golf enthusiast Tiger Woods returned for is first event of the year and shot a four-under with six birdies and two bogeys. Woods has been hitting about 71 percent of the fairways and nearly 78 percent of the greens in regulation on the 6,953-yard course.

Phil Mickelson didn't have an especially great day, shooting two-under and sitting far back on the leaderboard.Other notables include Vijay Singh (-4), Jim Furyk (-3), Padraig Harrington (-2), Martin Laird (-2), Ian Poulter (-1) and Mike Weir (E).

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