High winds have held scoring in check on Thursday at the Masters, but Martin Kaymer proved red numbers are possible with a chip-in eagle on the par-five second hole.
Kaymer, who bogeyed the opening hole, took advantage of a nice lay-up on hole number two to get back into red figures.
Kaymer has played in nine Masters. He has never finished inside the top 30.
Low scores will be hard to come by on Thursday and possibly Friday, but a few players have found success early in the tournament.
Belgium's Thomas Pieters lead by two shots on four under halfway through his opening round.