US Masters: Day Two Summary

Rory McIlroy continues to lead The Masters going into day three of the tournament, having carded a decent three-under-par 69 on Friday.

That puts him on -10 for the tournament, however the round of the day belonged to Australian’s Jason Day. Partnering McIlroy, Day fired an incredible 64 – eight under on the day – to climb to second place.

Tiger Woods proved that he has still got what it takes and is now in contention – tied for third at -7 after a great 66 – with South Korea’s KJ Choi who shot a two-under-par 70.

Spain’s Alvaro Quiros, who led overnight with McIlroy, slipped back to six under par after a one-over-par 73, alongside Australian Geoff Ogilvy (69).

Last year’s runner-up Lee Westwood (67), South Korean YE Yang (72), Americans Ricky Barnes (71), Rickie Fowler (69) and 51-year-old 1992 champion Fred Couples (68) are all tied at five under.

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Can’t wait for Day 3!

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