It's Day One at the Masters, and we're going to have live coverage for you all day long.
It's an absolutely beautiful day at Augusta National, and the early returns leave us plenty to talk about. Topping the leaderboard at this very moment is Rory McIlroy, who is at seven-under(-par) through 16. Given McIlroy's history at Augusta, this is something of a surprise. The 21-year-old from Northern Ireland finished tied for 20th in 2009, and then missed the cut in 2010.
As for the man everyone wants to know about, Tiger Woods shot one over (par) through 11. He had his chances to notch some early birdies, but was unable to finish. It's probably too early to tell one way or another, but it looks like he still might be in his funk.
Elsewhere, 2010 champ Phil Mickelson is just now getting his day started. He's the odds-on favorite to win the Masters for a second straight year, and he's coming into the tournament with plenty of momentum thanks to his dominant performance at the Shell Houston Open last weekend.
As always, there's a lot to take in when it comes to the Masters. For the sake of keeping your sanity, I suggest you keep it here. I'm going to be reporting and analyzing all the latest from Augusta National, and all you have to do is soak it in as it comes.