The Masters 2018: Second-round

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The Masters 2018: Second-round

After posting the best round of the day at Augusta National in the first round of the 2018 Masters, Jordan Spieth will be back on the course early to start Round 2 on Friday. Spieth had the patrons wowed with his eagle at No. 8 during his spectacular opening round, which included five birdies in a row. The 2015 Masters champion will hit the course at 10:53 a.m. ET to see if he can extend his lead into the weekend.

Tiger Woods is set to tee off at 1:27 p.m. ET along with Marc Leishman and Tommy Fleetwood. Woods described his 1-over 73 as “sloppy” on Thursday, pointing to the lack of birdies on the par-5s and some mishits that caused his score not to reflect how well he played in his first round back at the Masters in three years.

fter flirting with the lead early in his second round Friday, three-time Masters winner Phil Mickelson saw his day — and possibly his tournament — go off the rails.

First an attempted punch-out at No. 9 ricocheted hard off a tree and landed near a bush, and Mickelson was eventually forced to take a drop. The triple bogey moved him to 3 over for the day and 1 over for the tournament. Mickelson rallied with a birdie at the difficult 10th hole, but then recorded a bogey and double bogey on the next two holes, dropping to 3 over for the tournament.

Mickelson, playing in an appealing group with Matt Kuchar and Rickie Fowler, entered the mix early with a birdie on No. 2 during a tough morning for scoring. He gave that stroke back with a bogey on No. 4, and continued to hang around near the lead until the struggles at No. 9.

His playing partners, meantime, both remained near the top of the leader board for much of Friday’s round. Kuchar, tied for second after Thursday’s opening round, had eight pars and a bogey on the front nine, making the turn at 3 under, with a share of the lead.