11 Apr '14, 2am

Even with a penalty, Brandt Snedeker is just two back at the #Masters:

Even with a penalty, Brandt Snedeker is just two back at the #Masters:

Brandt Snedeker is off to another strong start at his beloved Augusta National after shooting 70 on Thursday. He suffered a one-stroke penalty after his ball moved on the par-5 13th, though. "The ball was ... on a spot on a hill on the side of the bunker and in the rough," Snedeker said. "It was right on the edge. I couldn't believe it stayed where it did. I took a practice swing and the ball ... just kind of nestled over. Then it rolled an inch or something like that and I had to replace it and take a shot penalty." Snedeker saved par on the hole. He made five birdies and three bogeys Thursday, including a bogey on No. 18 after pushing his tee shot into trees right of the fairway. Snedeker first competed at Augusta National as an amateur in 2004 as the reigning U.S. Amateur Public Links champion, finishing 41st. He played in the final group in his Masters debut as a pro (...

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