The world's top 50 golfers and dozens of other hopefuls will compete in this week's Players Championship in Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida with the hope of grabbing the largest single-event purse in professional golf history.
This has led to a couple of two-stroke penalties, and also one situation in which a player had a penalty rescinded after officials acknowledged the new rule was causing confusion.
Fleetwood and Bradley lead South Korea's Byeong Hun An and American Brian Harman (66) by one, while four-time major victor Rory McIlroy is five under courtesy of a 67. "It's not brutally hard, but if the wind blows, it's going to play tough".
This year is the earliest The Players has been held since 2007 after the PGA Tour rearranged its schedule for 2019.
However Scott's countryman Jason Day, who equalled the course record 63 en route to his four-shot Players win in 2016, does want the Players to be enshrined as a major. "I was waiting to try and find the ball on the green and I didn't see it, after I kind of heard it hit the pin".
Now, can you imagine finally getting your shot at the 17th, only to be told at the very last minute you wouldn't be able to tee it up? It's a massive key around here and then I started picking a few shots up.
"Expectation's a tricky thing".
"I'm confident with my golf swing". He missed a scheduled tournament for the first time since returning previous year from spinal fusion surgery, and said it was more to make sure a growing problem that started last month in Los Angeles did not get worse. "It's been different this year because I've been used to starting so fast but I feel like I've been doing a lot of good things and sometimes you just need a rhythm of shooting good scores and that seems like it's coming".
Perhaps the biggest surprise of the morning was a 74 by world number two Justin Rose, who had a nightmare triple-bogey at his 10th hole, the par-four first.
Baddeley has the dubious stat of hitting most balls in the water surrounding the 133-yard hole than any competitor since 2003 - rinsing 13 shots.
Rory McIlroy was a stroke further back after a bogey-free 67 while Tiger Woods was among the later starters and was one over par after three holes. During his practice round on Tuesday, he hit a 3-wood bullet off the tee, just like always.