Round 2 at the 2011 Masters Tournament

1 of 19 John Biever/SI
Tiger Woods had an up-and-down 35 on the front nine, but caught fire on the back, where he shot a bogey-free 31. His 66 left him three shots behind leader Rory McIlroy.
2 of 19 John Biever/SI
Woods nearly walked in an eagle putt on No. 15. Instead, he birdied — his third in a row.
3 of 19 John Biever/SI
Woods finished his round in style, with a birdie on the 18th.
4 of 19 Robert Beck/SI
Phil Mickelson had a roller-coaster round, and finished with an even-par 72.
5 of 19 Fred Vuich/SI
Rory McIlroy continued his strong play, firing a 3-under 69 for a two-shot lead.
6 of 19 Fred Vuich/SI
McIlroy's best finish in a Masters is a tie for 20th.
7 of 19 Robert Beck/SI
K.J. Choi took the lead after three birdies on the front nine. He finished with a 70 and is seven under.
8 of 19 Robert Beck/SI
Alvaro Quiros was tied with Rory McIlroy at the end of round 1, but by the time he teed off Friday, several players were charging up the leaderboard. He shot a 73 and is currently six under.
9 of 19 Robert Beck/SI
Geoff Ogilvy shot a second consecutive 69 and is in contention at six under.
10 of 19 John Biever/SI
Fred Couples birdied four of his first 12 holes to make a big move up the leaderboard. He finished with a 68 and is in contention through two rounds.
11 of 19 Fred Vuich/SI
Rickie Fowler made five birdies and two bogeys for a 69.
12 of 19 Robert Beck/SI
Gary Woodland began his second round tied for seventh and shot a 73. He's at -2.
13 of 19 John Biever/SI
Jim Furyk shot a 68 to get to four under for the event.
14 of 19 Fred Vuich/SI
Luke Donald is looking to become the first player to the Wednesday Par 3 Contest and the Masters in the same week.
15 of 19 Robert Beck/SI
Y.E. Yang began the day tied for third, but he backed up a bogey on No. 1 with three straight birdies to rise to the top of the leaderboard on Friday morning.
16 of 19 Robert Beck/SI
Yang finished with an even-par 72.
17 of 19 Fred Vuich/SI
Ricky Barnes made three early birdies, but then fell back with three bogeys later in his round. He finished with a 71 and is five under for the event.
18 of 19 Al Tielemans/SI
Stewart Cink bogeyed 10, 11 and 12 during a rough Friday round. He shot a 75.
19 of 19 Robert Beck/SI
Playing alongside Yang, Zach Johnson shot a 74 and is one over for the tournament.