A glance at Friday at the Masters
AUGUSTA, Ga. (AP) A brief look at the second round Friday of the Masters at Augusta National Golf Club.
Leading: Jordan Spieth at 14-under 130 after a second round 66.
Who's next? Charley Hoffman shot a 68 and was five shots back through 36 holes. Three others were another two shots back.
Where's Tiger? Tiger Woods was 12 shots back after shooting a 69, his first round in the 60s at the Masters in four years.
Nearly perfect: Spieth didn't make a bogey in his second round, a day after making just one while shooting 64.
Record setting: Spieth set a record for low score after 36 holes at the Masters, one shot better than Raymond Floyd in 1976.
More records: Dustin Johnson became the first player to make three eagles in one round in the Masters. He shot 67.
Noteworthy: A day after becoming the oldest player to break par at the Masters, Tom Watson shot a 9-over 81 and missed the cut.
Bye Bye Ben: Ben Crenshaw, a two-time champion, played his final round at the age of 63. He shot 85.
Key third-round pairings: Tiger Woods, Sergio Garcia, 1:15 p.m. EDT; Jordan Spieth, Charley Hoffman, 2:55 p.m.
TV: 3-7 p.m. CBS