Masters 2012 Leaderboard Update: Tiger Woods, At -2, Three Strokes Behind Henrik Stenson

With the first round of golfers already back in the clubhouse and everyone else competing in the 2012 Masters still on the course, the early leader is Sweden's Henrik Stenson, whose raced out to a -5 (through 16), two shots ahead of Scotland's Paul Lawrie, who finished Thursday at -3.

Tiger Woods, at -2 through 14, is part of a big pack of golfers chasing Stenson.

There are several big names in early contention, including Lee Westwood at -3 (through 7), Keegan Bradley (through 15), Sergio Garcia (through 5) and Hunter Mahan (through 4) at -2.

Around half the field is currently at par or higher, with defending champion Charl Schwartzel of South Africa (through 15) and Phil Mickelson (through 4) at E.

Rory McIlroy, one of the early favorites who had a spectacular collapse in the 2011 Masters, is right behind them at +1 (through 4).

For a complete look at the live Masters 2012 leader board, click here. For more up-the-second coverage of the 2012 Masters, check out SB Nation's golf page and stay tuned to the SB Nation Atlanta storystream.

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