2012 Masters Update: Sergio Garcia Falls Out Of Lead With Bogey On 18

Spanish professional golfer Sergio Garcia shared the lead in the 2012 Masters through most of the day with Jason Dufner, Fred Couples and Lee Westwood at 5-under par. First it was Westwood who fell out of the lead, shooting a double bogey on the par-4 18th hole and then it was Garcia.

On the 18th and last hole of the second day of the 2012 Masters, Garcia shot a five on the par four, dropping his score from 5-under part to 4-under, one stroke behind Dufner and Couples. He is now tied at one stroke behind with Miguel Jimenez, Lee Westwood, Bubba Watson, Rory McIlroy, Louis Oosthuizen and Nich Watney. Everyone is done with their day except for Jiminez and Watney, who are both on the eighth hole.

Tiger Woods, who is also on the eighth hole, is even on the day and for the tournament.

Follow our updates on the Masters at the story stream here. For additional news and notes around the PGA tour, visit the SB Nation golf hub page.

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