Just over a third of the field at the 2012 Masters has teed off through the end of the 10 a.m. EST hour in August, and while there are no major leads early on, Ireland's Padraig Harrington is atop the leaderboard through two holes, shooting 2-under after an eagle on the second hole. Harrington is currently tied with Aussie Aaron Baddeley, American Steward Cink and German Martin Kraymer, who is at 1-under through seven, the furthest along of those tied for first.
American Steve Stricker is even through two, and the bottom of the race belongs to Craig Stadler, at 5-over through seven holes, followed by Randal Lewis (3-over through six after a double bogey on Hole 5).
Tiger Wood has just teed off (10:35 a.m. ET), and some of the bigger names won't begin play until the 1p.m. ET hour.
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