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Day 2 is in progress at Augusta National—falling off an energizing Thursday evening at the Masters. We saw Jordan Spieth accomplish something he had never done here, birdieing five straight openings (13 through 17), preceding an inexplicable intruder spare at 18 to lead the pack at 6-under.
We likewise observed protecting boss Sergio Garcia ruin the standard 5 fifteenth opening; his octuple-intruder 13 is the most noteworthy at any point recorded score on that gap in Masters history. Not actually the begin Sergio anticipated from his arrival stroll around Augusta National.
What was clear was the late gatherings got the edge as far as conditions. Some cooler, blustery conditions in the first part of the day didn’t create too many low scores, or firecrackers, so far as that is concerned.
Be that as it may, the evening bunches had clear and more settled climate to play through. What’s more, we saw some of the low scores get through the evening wave. We’ll perceive how that shakes out on Friday—with another extraordinary, bright day anticipated the Masters.
Likewise worth viewing is the means by which a portion of the world’s best players, who aren’t on the highest point of the leaderboard however simply sneaking five or six shots back, and whether they can make out of here Friday.
A large portion of the best 10 players on the planet are inside earshot of the lead. Rory McIlroy begins the day three back of Spieth. Rickie Fowler begins the day only four back—as does his playing accomplice, Phil Mickelson.
Justin Rose is even-standard and begins the day six back. Dustin Johnson, Hideki Matsuyama, Bubba Watson, and the four-time Masters champion, Tiger Woods, are each of the 1-over and not about out of this. Friday ought to be another energizing day at Augusta.
7:42 p.m.: A splendid chip on the eighteenth opening has given Patrick Reed a second-cycle 66—and a two-shot lead heading into Saturday at Augusta National.
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Reed played fantastic golf on Friday—checking nine birdies (against three intruder)— to shoot the round of Day 2. He and Marc Leishman will be the last matching of the day.