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Masters 2013 Results: Biggest Winners and Losers from Day 1

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Masters 2013 Results: Biggest Winners and Losers from Day 1
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Day One of the 2013 Masters Tournament belonged to one man and one man alone.

Or should we say boy?

Teen?

Tween?

However you want to label 14-year-old Chinese sensation Guan Tianlang, there's no disputing that he was Thursday's biggest story. Bigger than Arnold or Jack. Bigger than Rory. Bigger even than Tiger.

Grouped with 61-year-old legend Ben Crenshaw, Guan, the youngest ever Masters participant, defied the psychological odds and held his own on the sport's biggest stage, earning legions of admirers in the process.

Ahead we'll breakdown his historic round, along with the rest of the afternoon's buzziest happenings.

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