13) and another on No. Check out LIVE coverage of Round 2 of the 2019 Masters by clicking here. All Rights Reserved.

's resiliency paid off, as he opened the day with a bogey and didn't card another. The 3-hour weather delay did the field no favors.

It's the first time the Masters has ever going with two-tee starts on Sunday, but the star power in contention promises that the non-traditional finish will produce a worthy winner. Xander Schauffele made the largest leap by following up a 1-over 73 with a 7-under 65. THE MASTERS. Jason Day (-7): Day carded a 5-under 67 aided by a half-dozen birdies and a near-bogey free round. T1.

So while Tiger's score and his history suggest he's got a chance to win this thing, there's a lot of work left to be done by the time he gets to the tee on Friday afternoon for his second round.

Rickie Fowler (-2): It was a solid start for Fowler. Webb Simpson (-9): The soft, humid conditions played right into Webb's hands, and the experience of his previous Masters appearances has provided the blueprint for him to be successful. We bring sports news that matters to your inbox, to help you stay informed and get a winning edge. T4. Click here to view the 2019 Masters Tournament Leaderboard.

Corey Conners, J.B. Holmes, Lucas Bjerregaard, Gary Woodland Cameron Smith, Patton Kizzire, Francesco Molinari (-2): Big group here, among which we have to keep our eye on the Open Champion Molinari heading into Friday. Augusta National GC, Augusta, Georgia, USA Feed Results Leaderboard Tee Times
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Let's take a look at the clogged leaderboard and the contenders as we prepare for what figures to be a fascinating Moving Day in Augusta. T12. He carded six birdies, three on the first nine and three on the second, finishing with a 4-under 68. 8, No.

11 - 14 Apr 2019. The 2019 Masters has provided a championship helping of highlights through just 54 holes, from Brooks Koepka's brilliant Thursday to the many twists and turns at the top of the leaderboard … 3. Justin Harding (-6): Harding shot a 3-under 69 for a second consecutive day. Find who is in the lead, strokes, hole position for the Masters Golf Tournament at Augusta National in Augusta GA.

We bring sports news that matters to your inbox, to help you stay informed and get a winning edge. Woods shot a 2-under 70, matching his first round score from each of his first three Masters victories. He rolled in five birdies with just one bogey and is on track to have one of his best-ever finishes at The Masters -- previous mark being his T6 in 2015. The strange settings of a two-tee, earlier start could produce strange results, and Poulter is a world-class player who could take advantage and emerge as the unlikely winner. But Augusta National swung back. Xander Schauffele (-6): Schauffele had a meteoric rise on the leaderboard Friday thanks to a clean round that left him with only one bogey on the scorecard, which came on hole No. Wearing only the green jacket in the Body Issue would be a certain kind of flex. He began his round with four birdies in his first seven holes and carded matching 33s on his first- and second-nine to get in at 66.

2 tee, Day needed to get stretched out for a back injury reportedly suffered while lifting one of his children near the putting green. T5. This year's 36-hole Masters scoreboard is the latter as five major champions share the 7 under mark at the halfway point.

Justin Harding, Adam Scott, Kevin Kisner, Kiradech Aphibarnrat (-3): Harding and Scott held clubhouse leads early that seemed like they would hold until the birdie-fest that dominated the afternoon. 2020 Masters Qualification(s): 1997, 2001, 2002, 2005 and 2019 Masters Tournament champion. There's room for improvement, particularly on the par-5s, he's still in striking distance on a day where the course was tricky for even the game's biggest stars. He responded well to the treatment with a birdie on 2 and then birdies on two more par-5s (No. T11.

© 1995-2020 PGA TOUR, Inc | All Rights Reserved. We would like to show you a description here but the site won’t allow us. For the best website experience, we recommend updating your browser. Rickie Fowler, Adam Scott (-7): Fowler had a couple incredible shots around the green during his lowest round of the week so far, while Scott is going to be disappointed to finish Saturday with an even par score for the round when everyone else at the top of the leaderboard was able to take advantage of great scoring conditions.

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Birdies on 9, 11 and 13 put Rahm back in a great headspace, and he finished the round all smiles as the leader among his group that included Woods and Haotong Lee. Co-leader Bryson Dechambeau dropped outside the top 15 with a 3-over 75, while Francesco Molinari and Jason Day -- who shot matching 2-under 70s on Thursday -- made moves straight to the top of the leaderboard by again posting the same score: 5-under 67s on Friday.

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Ian Poulter (-9): Riding alongside Tiger, Poulter's equally impressive 68 fell below the fold a little, but his effort should not be lost on fans taking a look at the leaderboard. Stream Featured Groups, Amen Corner, Holes 15 & 16 and On the Range live on CBSSports.com and the CBS Sports App. After opening the first 11 holes at 1 over, he ripped off five birdies over his next six holes to make up for a good-not-great start. Not quite -- but pretty close. Tiger Woods (-2): As Koepka pushed the lead out late in the day on Thursday, Tiger might have been thinking about two or three short misses on the green during his first nine. Francesco Molinari (-7): There's no such thing as a perfect round, but there is such a thing as a clean round, and Molinari played one. Seeking his first-ever major and first-ever Masters win, Finau came out firing with three straight birdies on 1, 2 and 3. Dustin Johnson, Justin Harding and Tiger Woods are all knotted with Schauffele in the standings ahead of Saturday at 6 under on the tournament.

Covering the impact of coronavirus on the sports world. Still, Bryson DeChambeau finished off his wild first round with a good score and a promise to keep swinging away. If he had started the way he finished, we could be talking about the Masters favorite, too. If not for a few missed putts from short distance, he could easily be entering the weekend in sole possession of the lead. After a mostly uneventful first nine, Koepka ran off five birdies in six holes to start the second nine and grab the tournament by the throat. © 2004-2020 CBS Interactive.

Did you know you can save your preferences across all your digital devices and platforms simply by creating a profile? Historic Leaderboard: 2019 Masters. learn more. Brooks Koepka (-6): When Koepka last played in the Masters, he had one PGA Tour win, no majors and was ranked 25th in the world. Jason Day (-2): On the No. Day threw out his back on Thursday, so there's still some concern over whether he can withstand the pain (an ongoing issue for him), but he looked to be in tip-top shape on Friday. That first-round 70 has him hanging on with 10 other players just outside the top 10.