While most of his competitors have had wild days littered with birdies and bogeys, it's been fairly steady all afternoon for Rory McIlroy, who leads The Masters at 10-under par through 14 holes. Jason Day has hung with him all day, while K.J. Choi, Angel Cabrera, and Charl Schwartzel have put together impressive rounds, but McIlroy is sitting on a two shot lead at Augusta National Golf Club.
McIlroy and Day were tied after nine holes, but the scales tilted in the favor of McIlroy after the par-five 13th hole, where McIlroy holed a birdie, while Day made a six. Tiger Woods, who sits at six-under, had an opportunity to get back up among the leaders at the par-five 15th hole, but he missed both an eagle and a birdie putt and was forced to settle for a par after an incredible second shot.