Second Round of the 2009 Masters

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Second Round of the Masters Tiger Woods had the crowd's full attention when he teed off Friday at 10:45 a.m.
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Padraig Harrington shot a one-over 73, which included an eagle on the par-5 13th.
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Greg Norman, playing in his first Masters in seven years, shot a five-over 77 on Friday.
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Norman missed the cut at three over for the tournament.
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Geoff Ogilvy's two-under 70 kept him in contention, six strokes off the lead.
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Camilo Villegas had back-to-back birdies on Nos. 12 and 13 to finish seven strokes off the lead.
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Jim Furyk had an up-and-down round on Friday. He shot 74, and is five strokes off the lead.
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Sergio Garcia made only one bogey in his five-under 67.
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Adam Scott lost his ball on the par-5 13th and went on to score a seven. He'll miss the cut at two over par.
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Bubba Watson, in the sand here on 18, made two eagles in his even-par 72 second round.
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Amateur Danny Lee eagled the par-5 eighth. Two double bogeys and a quintuple later, he shot a nine-over 81 to miss the cut.
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Back-to-back double bogeys on Nos. 10 and 11 pushed Stewart Cink to a 6-over 78 for the tournament and a missed cut.
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Boo Weekley won't make the weekend after rounds of 73 and 76.
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Fuzzy Zoeller, here with Craig Stadler, also played his last Masters' round, shooting 76 to miss the cut.
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Mickelson is at three under par for the tournament.
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Phil Mickelson bogeyed the par-4 11th, but followed it up with three birdies and an eagle to move back under par.
17 of 31 Fred Vuich/SI
Player shot an 11-over 83 Friday to miss the cut.
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Woods made a bogey on the 18th to move to two under par for the tournament.
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First-round leader Chad Campbell started his round strong with three birdies and no bogeys on the front nine.
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Despite three bogeys on the back, he shot a two-under 70 to maintain the lead.
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Kenny Perry grabbed a share of the lead after a bogey-free, five-under 67.
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As he did in the first round, Woods parred his first five holes on Friday.
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Woods made his first birdie of the day on the par-3 sixth.
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His birdie was followed by a bogey on the seventh.
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Tiger, putting here on the ninth hole, bogeyed to make the turn at even par for the day.
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Woods birdied again on the par-5 15th to move to three under par.
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Young gun Rory McIlroy spent most of the day under par, with three birdies on the front and an eagle on the par-5 13th.
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A double bogey on 16 and a triple on 18 pushed McIlroy back to one over par for the tournament.
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Anthony Kim moved within five strokes of the lead after a second round that included 11 birdies.
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Gary Player acknowledged the crowd as he crossed the Sarazen bridge at the 15th hole, in what would be his last round at the Masters.
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After making the turn, Vijay Singh made a double and two bogeys. He rebounded with three birdies on his way to 18 to finish at three under for the tournament.