Danny Lee leads at Pebble Beach February 09 2012

Danny Lee is tied at the top of the leader board after round one of the A.T and T   tournament at Pebble Beach. On the strength of two eagles (Nos. 2 and 11) at Pebble Beach, 21-year-old Danny Lee recorded a career-low round of -9 under-par 63. Kiwi and former U.S. Amateur champion Danny Lee, matched Dustin Johnson's 63 at Pebble Beach. Most of the press stories are about Tiger Woods, who shot a -4 under par at Spy Glass Hill, he is a little concerned at the low scores being posted: " I drove it great today. I drove it on a string for most of the day. I left a few shots out there, for sure. It seems like the rest of the guys are going pretty low around this place and tearing the course apart. I can't get too far behind the lead. I know there is some colder weather coming in, but I've got to take advantage of this. The guys are just tearing the course apart with no wind. I think we saw two at 9 and two at 8 and a couple of guys at 7 with five holes to go. So you've got to take advantage of it. So, hopefully, in the next few days I can get it going." Be interesting  to see if Tiger can play catch up tomorrow, and also good luck to Danny Lee, I hope he stays in contention after the second round. Danny Lee roars into Pebble Beach lead (Source: Getty Images ) - Source: Getty Image