The Masters Round 2

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A crowded leaderboard for the start of Masters Saturday

Molinari, -7
Day
Koepka
Oosthuizen
Scott
2. D. Johnson, -6
Harding
Schauffele
Woods
10. Poulter, -5
Rahm
12. Kizzire, -4
Kuchar
Mickelson
Howell III
16. Aphibarnrat, -3
DeChambeau
Thomas
Conners
Finau
Woodland
Fowler

Xander Schauffele had the round of the day on Friday. His -7 65 followed a +1 73 on Thursdau bringing him from 7 strokes behind the lead to tied for 6th. 33 put 32 home

Tiger Woods’ round could have been even better. He continued to miss some short putts butmade a number of long difficult putts. He had 6 birdies 3 on each 9 for a -4 68.

Francesco Molinari played steadily with a 33 on the front nine. It is remarkable how he has improved with the putter, the aspect of his game which previously was the weakest.

Jason Day had 6 birdies and the only bogey was on the par 3 12th. There is still a question mark on how his back will hold up an did he is playing through pain.

Brooks Koepka maintained his lead with a -1 71 after a shaky start which included birdie, double bogey, birdie, bogey.

Adam Scott was steady with 3 birdies and an eagle until he had bogey on 16. He looks to be putting supremely well.

Louis Oosthuizen came from outside the top 10 to tied 1st with two halves of 33, a round of 66.

Dustin Johnson looked resillient and birdies 2 of the par 5s, playing the second nine in -2 for a round of 70.

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