Former Western golfer Kenny Perry jumped inside the ropes in Augusta, Ga., again today after finishing second in the Masters in 2009.
Perry, who teed off at 11:36 a.m. CT, finished his first round at even with a score of 72.
He bogeyed holes 10 and 14 but finished the par 5 15th hole with an eagle putt from just a few feet out, clearing the water hazard that sits in front of the green on his second shot.
As of 5 p.m. CT Thursday, Perry’s score leaves him in a tie for 31st place, trailing leader Tom Watson — who sits in a five-way tie for first — by five strokes.
Perry tees off for Friday’s second round at 8:18 a.m. CT.