HOLE OF THE DAY
No. 1: Tea olive
Par 4, 445 yards
2012 four-day field average: 4.3905
2013 first-round average: 4.312
Review: The drive can be tougher than it looks since the tee was moved 15-20 yards back in 2006. The hole ranked as the toughest of the day. The nerves can strike easily on the first tee shots, and they did for virtually everyone from rookie Russell Henley, who professed that he was near tears at beginning his first Masters, to experienced pros such as Lee Westwood and Rickie Fowler, and former Masters champs Charl Schwartzel and Craig Stadler; all four took double-bogey 6 on Thursday.