2014 Masters second round: The day in pictures
Enjoy the view from behind the lens at the 2014 Masters.
A recap of Friday's second round of the Masters from Augusta National, in pictures.
Here's where they were aiming Friday. Well, everyone except for Sandy Lyle, apparently.
Sandy Lyle hitting his third shot after landing on the No. 12 tee box. pic.twitter.com/GNqMvbd1CG— Eye on Golf (@EyeOnGolf) April 11, 2014
Jason Day: a man of the people. Well, not necessarily, at least in this case. Day's ball found trouble on No. 2, landing among the patrons and ending up in someone's bag. He took a drop.
So close! Graham DeLaet's putt on No. 10 just hangs...but doesn't fall. pic.twitter.com/tEZCWY1ZXx— Eye on Golf (@EyeOnGolf) April 11, 2014
Augusta National has not been kind to Graham Delaet, who shot a first round 80 and saw this putt come to rest no more than a centimeter beyond the cup after a physics-defying orbit of the hole.
Can't imagine this shot by Chris Kirk ended up where he wanted it to go.
Marc Leishman briefly led during Friday's second round. But after starting his round with three straight birdies, he played the next nine holes at 8-over.
This pretty much sums up Phil Mickelson's week so far. pic.twitter.com/WuxEQEA2eI— Adam Sarson (@Adam_Sarson) April 11, 2014
No further comment needed. Phil's second round was a struggle.
BUBBA GOLF. pic.twitter.com/hLMqmQXCUM— Courtney Nguyen (@FortyDeuceTwits) April 11, 2014This is how Bubba Watson reacts to positioning himself for a fifth consecutive birdie. He attempts to eat his clubs.
Louis Oosthuizen was once flirting with the lead at 4-under, but No. 15 would be his undoing.
Fred gonna Fred: pic.twitter.com/7zUEEhsTZ5— Kyle Porter (@KylePorterCBS) April 11, 2014
Don't accuse Fred Couples of being anything other than an expert on the force of gravity. Same hole, 22 years later. When that shot hung up on the bank in '92, Couples won. Watch your back, Bubba.
Bubba Watson's caddie did it all Friday: carried clubs, read yardages, helped with putts, returned hats to patrons that were wind-blown onto the course.
54-year-old Fred Couples flew to cloud nine Friday, finishing at 2-under par.
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