(WLTX) --- Lucas Glover feels big things could be in store for him in 2013 after a brutal 2012 campaign.
Just before the 2012 season opener in Hawaii, Glover injured his knee paddleboarding and never was able to get his year on track. As a result, he made a little more than $67,000 in earnings for the whole season.
But after knee surgery, Glover arrived at Augusta 15 pounds lighter and in a much better frame of mind as he pursues his second career win in a major.
The former U.S. Open champion was +2 after round one, eight shots behind the leaders.