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Masters champion Jordan Spieth sets the early pace with a historyJordan Spieth made more Masters history as the defending champion became the first ever player to end five consecutive rounds here at the top of the leaderboard, writes Neil McLeman in Augusta .

American Spieth smashed a slew of records when he won the Green Jacket last year on his second Augusta appearance after leading wire to wire. And in the first round of his defence, the World No 2 continued where he left off with a bogey-free, six-under 66 to end his Thursday with a three-shot clubhouse lead. His playing partner, Englishman Paul Casey, was inspired by his Masters magic with a solid 69. Justin Rose is in position for another run at the years first Major after an opening 69, while fellow Englishman Lee Westwood found some of his old Masters form to card a 71. But Spieth set the agenda and walked off the 18th green with the lead just as Rory McIlroy, playing in the final group, was putting on the first. Hot stuff: Spieth tops up his sunscreen during

an impressive opening round at Augusta (Image: Getty) He hit eight of 14 fairways, 12 of 18 greens and averaged 262 yards off the tee – laced with his usual deadly putting - in a typically efficient round here. Tiger Woods was a combined 21-under in his first nine Masters rounds as a professiona. Spieth, who equalled his record winning score of -18 last year, is now -29. The last defending champion to take the outright lead here was Jack Nickl

aus in 1966 – the first man to ever retrain the title. Read more: Read MoreRelated ArticlesMasters 2015: Jordan Spieth admits Russell Brand film was vital to Augusta preparations The 22-year-old is already in prime position to join the Golden Bear, Nick Faldo and Woods in a rare list. He also led after the third round on his 2014 debut. Spieth, who opened with a 64 last year, said: “With these conditions and a western wind, it made the course very challenging. The course was playing very long. “My chipping and putting were the key to a bogey free. I got the most of I could from my game. In my opinon, this round was better than my opening round last year even though it was two shots higher because of the wind. Day one of the 2016 Masters in pictures: 2016 Masters Tournament at Augusta: Day OneView gallery “It is one of better rounds I have ever shot. I didn’t feel I had good control with my irons but I put a couple of good ones on it and the ones I did miss were in a

reas I was able to make par. “My short game was good, I made a lot of putts in windy conditions. Augusta is a place I

feel comfortable. I feel you need imagination and you feel like with rich history here it excites you. I was able to settle down quicker than in past years.” Casey, who is ineligible for the Ryder Cup team after giving up his membership of the European Tour to play in the USA, admitted he had been inspired by Spieth’s performance. “I was impressed by everything today. That was a flawless round of golf. It was like playing with a Tiger or Phil although it is different. “There is defini

tely something different there, something cool. It is the way he wa

lks, the way he stands, the way he speaks and shakes your hand. It is wonderful. I took it as a compliment I was drawn to play with him.” In pictures — Jordan Spieth wins the 2015 Masters: Masters 2015 - Final DayView gallery After heav

y overnight rain, the opening morning was met with a clear blue sky but swirling breeze. The wind would slowly pick up during the day to leave the early starters on the right side of the 89

-man draw. Spieth wasted little time to take advantage by making birdies at the third and sixth to take the lead. He was joined at two-under par by Casey when the world No 25 rolled in an 11-foot birdie putt on the seventh. The American responded by picking up another shot

at nine and when Casey rolled in a spectacular 29-footer on the 10th to join him on three-under, Spieth rolled in his putt to stay ahead. It was to be the story of a fascinating grouping, which also included the idiosyncratic 22-year-old US Amateur champion Bryson DeChambeau. Every time Casey closed in on Spieth, the two-time Major champion responded. Hatll do nicely: Paul Casey started his Masters challenge with a solid 69 (Image: Getty) The Cheltenham-born star seemed to have peaked when he dropped his first shots at the first two holes of Amen Corner when he found a greenside bunker on 11 and then over-flew the par-three 12th with the wind behind him. Spieth’s lead was then three shots. Casey saw a 13-foot eagle putt on 13 slide by the hole before he tapped in for birdie but the American matched his score. Read more: Read MoreRelated ArticlesErnie Els starts Masters 2016 with nightmare SEVEN PUTT first hole, breaking unwanted record Casey then got busy. At the 15th, he picked up a shot when he splashed out of a greenside bunker and then speared his tee shot at the 16th to four feet to move to four under par and only one shot off the lead. But he drove into the trees on 17 and missed an eight-foot par saver as Spieth made his sixth and final birdie at the last. poll loadingWill Jordan Spieth retain his Masters title?0+ VOTES SO FARYESNO FRIDAY TEE TIMES (Selected, USA unless stated, all times BST) 1.20 Mike Weir (Can), Sammy Schmitz, Cameron Smith (Aus) 1.42 Darren Clarke (Nir), Billy Horschel, Matthew Fitzpatrick (Eng) 2.37 Branden Grace (Rsa), Bubba Watson, Ian Poulter (Eng) 2.59 Jason Day (Aus), Matt Kuchar, Ernie Els (Rsa) 3.21 Graeme McDowell (Nirl), Fabian

Gomez (Arg), Scott Piercy 3.43 Danny Willett (Eng), Sergio Garcia (Spa), Ryan Moore 4.05 Martin Kaymer (Ger), Bill Haas, Rory McIlroy (Nirl) 4.49 Sandy Lyle (Sco), Bernd Wiesberger (Aut),

Vaughn Taylor 5.00 Webb Simpson, Chris Wood (Eng), Thongchai Jaidee (Tha) 5.22 Tom Watson, Charley Hoffman, Lee Westwood (Eng) 5.33 Zach Johnson, Rickie Fowler, Cheng-de Jin (Chn) 5.44 Louis Oosthuizen (Rsa), Jason Dufner, Patrick Reed 2.48 Jordan Spieth, Paul C

asey (Eng), Bryson De Chambeau (a) 6.06 Justin Thomas, Emiliano Grillo (Arg), Dustin Johnson 6.39 Phil Mickelson, Marc Leishman (Aus), Henrik Stenson (Swe) 6.50 Justin Rose (Eng), Jamie Donaldson (Wal), Daniel Berger 7.01 Adam Scott (Aus), Kevin Kisner, Brooks Koepka.

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