THE MASTERS: Kenny Perry finishes first round even

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.

Jonathan Lintner

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