Jordan Spieth reacts to his high-water mark for Masters Day 1
He shot a bogey free round to top the standings after his 18 holes21:24 Thursday 7 April 2016, 21:24 7 Apr 2016
Defending champion Jordan Spieth set an early clubhouse lead on day one of the US Masters golf.
The American signed off on a round of 66, leaving him 6-under par, although Ireland's Shane Lowry and World No 1 Jason Day were closing in fast as he finished.
The 22-year-old is looking for his third major title.
The World No 2 told Sky Sports News, getting round without dropping a shot was a big bonus.
"In order to stay bogey free, which isn't necessarily a goal, the goal is to try an shoot under-par each day. It's going to take a little bit more in the ball striking and the patience that we had today," he said.
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