Masters Leaderboard: Ben Crane, Jason Dufner Just 1 Shot Off Lead

Friday's action continues to heat up in Augusta as more and more players continue to get underway in the second round of the 2012 Masters. Lee Westwood has shot an even par through his first five holes and retains his 5-under to remain atop the leaderboard, but there are threats on all sides.


More Masters: Tiger Woods Falters In Opening Round

Westwood's most present threat is from Ben Crane and Jason Dufner, who are both at 4-under and tied for second place. Dufner would have overtaken the lead by this time, had he not double-bogeyed on the third hole. He has three birdies through his first six holes. Crane, meanwhile, has just one birdie through eight, but is staying consistent with no bogeys.

Noted golf enthusiast and current favorite to win the tournament Tiger Woods has yet to tee off on Friday.

You can view the live Masters leaderboard here.

For more on the 2012 Masters, check out SB Nation's golf page and this StoryStream.

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