2013 Masters Round 2

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Tiger Woods shot a one-under 71 on Friday. He's three shots back heading into the weekend.
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Woods made three birdies on the front nine, but he shot a two-over 38 on the back nine.
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Woods was tied for the lead coming to the par-5 15th, but he got an unlucky break when his third shot hit the flagstick and spun back into the water.
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Woods took a drop and got up-and-down for bogey.
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Woods got up-and-down at the par-3 12th.
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Woods hit poor drives on both the back-nine par 5s and was forced to lay up.
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Jason Day shot the low round of the day, a four-under 68, to grab a one-shot lead heading into the weekend.
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Day is trying to become the first Australian to slip on a green jacket.
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Fred Couples birdied the 18th hole to finish at five under par. He'll be in the final group on Saturday.
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Phil Mickelson thought he was going to go low on Friday, but instead he barely made the cut after a 76.
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Mickelson shot a four-over 40 on the back nine.
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Mickelson found the water on the par-3 12th and made a double bogey.
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Rory McIlroy moved back into contention after a two-under 70.
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McIlroy struggled early, but he rebounded with an eagle on No. 8.
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Dustin Johnson was in the lead until he made a double bogey on the par-5 15th.
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Johnson finished with a bogey and a double bogey.
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Sergio Garcia started the day tied for the lead, but he backed up after a four-over 76.
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Garcia made four bogeys and no birdies.
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Tianlang Guan, 14, was penalized one-stroke penalty for slow play, but he was able to make the cut on the number.
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Brandt Snedeker made five birdies and three bogeys for a two-under 70.
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Defending champion Bubba Watson made the cut on the number.
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Luke Donald finished at one under par after a 72.
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Rickie Fowler was in the hunt until he made a triple bogey on the par-3 16th. He finished at even par.
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Adam Scott was in trouble early, but he birdied 18 to finish at three under par.
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Jim Furyk chunked his third shot into the water on the par-5 15th, but he was still able to finish at four under par.
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Ian Poulter missed the cut after rounds of 76 and 75.
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Matt Kuchar made an early run at the lead, but he struggled coming in and finished with a 75.
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Fredrik Jacobson made four bogeys and three birdies for a 73.
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Hunter Mahan missed the cut after rounds of 76 and 82.
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Patrons waited out a passing shower on Friday morning.
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A message on a CBS golf cart served as a reminder about Augusta's cell phone policy.
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There are plenty of hazards at Augusta National.