The Masters Tournament young guns group of Rory McIlroy, Jason Day, and Rickie Fowler has dominated the tourney leaderboard through Friday, with Day (8-under) shooting a scalding 64 in the second round to pull into free-and-clear second place. Rory McIlroy (10-under) remains the leader, going 3-under on the day despite finally suffering his first bogey. Fowler (5-under) is no slouch either, tying for sixth place.
The cut line comes into play, with world No. 1 Martin Kaymer (6-over), Stewart Cink and Zach Johnson (2-over), and one-time 2011 Masters leader Retief Goosen (5-over) among those who won't be competing tomorrow.
Tiger Woods is making his move, scoring three straight birdies in the middle of his round to move to 3-under with six holes remaining. Phil Mickelson just keeps lingering, hanging at 2-under again.
Matt Kuchar is tumbling after a double bogey and various other mis-steps, landing at 1-under with five holes left in his day. Bubba Watson (1-under) earned a piece of crystal for his eagle on hole No. 15, which also helped eliminate any cut-line concerns.