Jordan Spieth opens his title defense with a 6-under 66 and an early two-stroke lead. Given the amazing 2015 season Spieth enjoyed -- a win at the Masters, a victory at the U.S. Open, a T4 at the Open Championship and a runner-up finish at the PGA Championship -- his start to the 2016 Masters was nothing short of remarkable. The bogey-free round was Spieth's ninth consecutive Masters round of par or better.
The little kid who got up in Jason Day's face... for a high-five on Friday. Probably my favorite moment of the tournament, personally. Day played his shot from outside the ropes and this little dude didn't miss his opportunity to get a high-five from the world's No. 1 player and defending PGA Champion.