The number to make it into the weekend was 2. There are 55 players who made the cut and will continue playing at Augusta. Phil went low in the second round with 5 birdies, 4 of which on the back nine, to make it to sixth place, 8 shots behind leader Jordan Spieth. When Rory McIlroy was through 14 he was 2 shots over par for the tournament and close to following below the cut line. He saved his weekend by making birdie on 15, 17, and 18. He is going into the weekend 2 under for the tournament, 12 shots behind Spieth. He is going to have to make a big move in the next two days to finish his career grand slam. Last years champ Bubba Watson, who was one of my picks to win is also going to have to make a big move. He is currently tied for 19th at 2 under par along side Rory McIlroy. Another one of my picks, Rickie Fowler, who placed in the top five of every major last season made the cut, but is currently 1 over the par for the tournament. Check out where your picks fell and the rest of the leaderboard here.
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Now to the history that has been made in the past two days. Jordan Spieth went low fast in the first round on Thursday posting a 64. He continued his hot streak on Friday going 6 under posting a 66. That sets him at a total of 130 through 36 holes, that is the lowest 36 hole score in Masters history.
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Dustin Johnson also set a new record during Friday's round. He posted 3 eagles on par-5 holes 2, 8, and 15. That is the most eagles ever made in a single round at The Masters ever.
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