Americans Brooks Koepka and Bryson DeChambeau share the lead after the first day of the Augusta Masters golf, which runs until Sunday on the historic route of Augusta National (Georgia, USA). Koepka and Dechambeau have two strokes ahead of a group of close pursuers composed of Americans Phil Mickelson (-5) and Dustin Johnson (-4) and English Ian Poulter (-4).
Behind, but well positioned, there are five golfers, among them the Spaniard Jon Rahm, who with a stroke of 69 strokes made -3. It is good news for him, who often goes from less to more in the first "major" of the course. The player born in Barrika shared a game with Tiger Woods, which he surpassed by just one hit. The American is also well placed.
Regarding the rest of Spaniards, Sergio García and Cabrera Bello were more than discreet with +1 (the same as another of the favorites, McIlroy) and Olazabal went to +6.