The 2012 Masters teed off early on Thursday morning at Augusta National Golf Club, but no one has really jumped out to a big lead as of yet. South Africa's Tim Clark is the furthest along, shooting through six holes at even par. Ireland's Padraig Harrington jumped out to the early top spot on the leaderboard through two holes, shooting 2-under after sinking an eagle on the the second hole.
Roughly one-third of the field has teed off so far at the 2012 Masters, and Craig Stadler is bringing up the bottom of the leaderboard at 5-over through seven holes. Randal Lewis is right in front of him with a 3-over through six holes, shooting a double bogey on the fifth hole.
The most notable American player to tee off in the Masters is Steve Stricker, who is even through two.
You can view the live Masters leaderboard here.