Second Round of the Masters

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Second Round of the Masters Phil Mickelson got off to a good start Friday with three birdies on the front nine.
2 of 30 Robert Beck/SI
Boo Weekley birdied his second hole of the day. Three bogeys later he ended his day at two over par.
3 of 30 John W. McDonough/SI
Two-time Masters champion Tom Watson double-bogeyed the par-4 third hole. He came back with three birdies on the back nine to finish at six over par.
4 of 30 John W. McDonough/SI
Kids arrived with their badge-carrying adults to see the second round action. For the first time, the Masters is allowing each tournament badge holder to bring one child, age 8 to 16, free of charge.
5 of 30 Fred Vuich/SI
Steve Stricker double-bogeyed the par-5 second hole. He finished at six over par to miss the cut.
6 of 30 Robert Beck/SI
Amateur Drew Weaver started his round with two bogeys. At 12 over par, he missed the cut.
7 of 30 Fred Vuich/SI
Vijay Singh followed up his bogey on the first hole with a birdie on the second hole. He is seven strokes off the lead at one under par.
8 of 30 Fred Vuich/SI
Steve Flesch eagled the par-5 13th hole. He finished at five under par.
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Stewart Cink is three under par.
10 of 30 Fred Vuich/SI
Ernie Els had back-to-back birdies on Nos. 7 and 8, but at four over par he missed the cut.
11 of 30 Robert Beck/SI
Out of the threesome of Henrik Stenson, Rose and Toru Taniguchi, only Taniguchi missed the cut.
12 of 30 John W. McDonough/SI
Patrons lined the holes on Friday.
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Ian Poulter is three strokes off the lead after his second-round 69.
14 of 30 Robert Beck/SI
Jeev Milkha Singh's three bogeys on the back nine left him at one over par.
15 of 30 John W. McDonough/SI
The tournament wasn't quite exciting enough for this tired patron.
16 of 30 Fred Vuich/SI
Jim Furyk closed his round with a double bogey. He is at one under par.
17 of 30 Al Tielemans/SI
Phil Mickelson shot a bogey-free 68 on Friday.
18 of 30 Robert Beck/SI
Trever Immelman birdied his final two holes of the day.
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He is three strokes behind the second-round leader, Trevor Immelman.
20 of 30 John Biever/SI
Tiger Woods is at one under par after a second-round 71.
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Tiger Woods started his second round birdie-bogey on the first two holes.
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A birdie on the 17th hole helped to get Woods back under par.
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Immelman is at eight under par after his second round.
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The cleaning crew took a moment to watch the action.
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Brandt Snedeker, who had three birdies on the front nine, ended his day at seven under par.
26 of 30 Al Tielemans/SI
Justin Rose's second round (78) was 10 strokes worse than his first round (68). He dropped to two over par.
27 of 30 John W. McDonough/SI
This patron used his many tournament badges to find some shade at Augusta.
28 of 30 John Biever/SI
Aaron Baddeley finished his second round with a bogey. At four over par, he missed the cut.
29 of 30 John Biever/SI
Camilo Villegas, who double bogeyed his first hole, missed the cut at six over par.
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Padraig Harrington had back-to-back birdies on Nos. 13 and 14. He is one over par.