There was no safe ground at Augusta National Golf Club as the 81st Masters commenced on the frosty and extremely windy side. Sustained winds of 30 mph with gusts reaching 40 mph battered the pristine course that was chilled by temperatures in the mid to high 50s. 

Yet somehow, someway, the man wearing the green golf glove and green cap put up nine red numbers. Yes, Charley Hoffman, on a day when the field averaged 74.98 and only 11 players broke par, shot 7-under-par 65 to grab a four-shot lead on William McGirt, the only other player in the field of 93 to post a round in the 60s: