The opening round of the 2012 Masters is in the books, and there's a familiar face sitting alone atop the leaderboard. Lee Westwood, who ended Tiger Woods' reign as No. 1 golfer in the world in 2010, leads the field after shooting a 67, which is good for -5.
Louis Oosthuizen sits alone in second place after shooting a 68 in the opening round. Oosthuizen went into the clubhouse as the leader with his -4, but would soon be ousted by Westwood.
Tiger Woods, who is looking to continue his comeback, finished the day even par after shooting a 72. Woods was sitting at -2 headed into the 17th hole, but bogeyed the last two holes to finish the day even par.
To see each golfer's first round scores, be sure to check out SI's leaderboard.
For more coverage on the 2012 Masters, be sure to check out SB Nation's golf hub, as well as Waggle Room, SB Nation's golf blog.