David Lynn says that he is pleased with how he performed in the first round of the Masters in Augusta.
David Lynn has said that he is pleased with his performance in the first round of the Masters in Augusta.
The Englishman finished the round with a 68 and is tied in fourth spot after leading the turn and was five-under-par at one stage.
"It's not a bad thing to see your name up there leading the Masters," BBC Sport quotes him as saying. "It's something I can look back on."
Sergio Garcia and Marc Leishman lead in Augusta with scores of six-under-par.
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