Masters 2013 scores and results: Jason Day leads, Tiger Woods tied for 7th


Tiger Woods played well on Friday, but an unlucky break and a late bogey dropped him into a tie for seventh. Jason Day is the leader heading into the weekend.

The second round from Augusta National is in the books and Jason Day is the 36-hole leader. Tiger Woods is in contention as well, but some sloppy play down the stretch cost Woods a few strokes.

Woods was tied for the lead at 5-under going into the 15th hole. His short approach shot appeared to be dead on, but instead of leaving him a short birdie putt, the shot hit the flag stick and careened into the water hazard. Instead of moving into the lead at 6-under, Woods fell back to 4-under. He three-putted on No. 18, dropping another shot and putting him into a tie for seventh place at 3-under heading into the weekend.

With Woods faltering down the stretch, Day took advantage. After making the turn at 3-under, Day shot a 3-under 33 on the back nine to take sole possession of the lead at 6-under. He birdied three of the first four holes on the backside while also rolling in a birdie on No. 16. Day had a chance to push his lead even further, but missed birdie putts on the final two holes.

Day holds a one-stroke lead with Fred Couples and Marc Leishman tied for second place at 5-under. The top of the leaderboard is loaded with major winners and notable names. Angel Cabrera, Jim Furyk, Brandt Snedeker are tied for fourth place at 4-under. Adam Scott, Jason Dufner, Justin Rose, David Lynn, Lee Westwood and K.J. Choi join Woods at 3-under to round out the top of the leaderboard.

Rory McIlroy at 2-under, Phil Mickelson at 3-over and Bubba Watson at 4-over are other notable names down the leaderboard. Tianlang Guan, the 14-year-old from China, also made the cut at 4-over. Here is the complete leaderboard through the first 36 holes.

Place Player Score
1 Jason Day -6
T2 Fred Couples -5
T2 Marc Leishman -5
T4 Angel Cabrera -4
T4 Jim Furyk -4
T4 Brandt Snedeker -4
T7 Adam Scott -3
T7 Jason Dufner -3
T7 David Lynn -3
T7 Lee Westwood -3
T7 Justin Rose -3
T7 K.J. Choi -3
T7 Tiger Woods -3
T14 Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano -2
T14 Bernhard Langer -2
T14 Sergio Garcia -2
T14 Rory McIlroy -2
T14 Charl Schwartzel -2
T14 John Senden -2
T20 Trevor Immelman -1
T20 Steve Stricker -1
T20 Dustin Johnson -1
T20 Bill Haas -1
T20 Matt Kuchar -1
T20 Ryan Moore -1
T20 Luke Donald -1
T27 David Toms E
T27 Michael Thompson E
T27 Scott Piercy E
T27 Rickie Fowler E
T31 Ernie Els 1
T31 Bo Van Pelt 1
T31 Freddie Jacobson 1
T31 Sandy Lyle 1
T31 Richard Sterne 1
T31 Zach Johnson 1
T37 Thomas Bjorn 2
T37 Paul Lawrie 2
T37 Henrik Stenson 2
T37 Vijay Singh 2
T37 Keegan Bradley 2
T37 Brian Gay 2
T37 Kevin Na 2
T37 Tim Clark 2
T37 Carl Pettersson 2
T37 Jose Maria Olazabal 2
T37 Stewart Cink 2
T48 D.A. Points 3
T48 Nick Watney 3
T48 Martin Kaymer 3
T48 Phil Mickelson 3
T48 Robert Garrigus 3
T48 Peter Hanson 3
T48 John Huh 3
T55 Thorbjorn Olesen 4
T55 Tianlang Guan (a) 4
T55 Lucas Glover 4
T55 Branden Grace 4
T55 John Peterson 4
T55 Ryo Ishikawa 4
T55 Bubba Watson 4

Jamie Donaldson CUT

Martin Laird CUT

George Coetzee CUT

Matteo Manassero CUT

Y.E. Yang CUT

Larry Mize CUT

Ted Potter, Jr. CUT

Webb Simpson CUT

Graeme McDowell CUT

Louis Oosthuizen CUT

John Merrick CUT

Ben Curtis CUT

Mark O'Meara CUT

Mike Weir CUT

Nicolas Colsaerts CUT

Ian Poulter CUT

Michael Weaver (a) CUT

T.J. Vogel CUT

Thaworn Wiratchant CUT

Russell Henley CUT

Kevin Streelman CUT

Padraig Harrington CUT

Francesco Molinari CUT

Nathan T. Smith (a) CUT

Tom Watson CUT

Steven Fox (a) CUT

Craig Stadler CUT

Hunter Mahan CUT

Ian Woosnam CUT

Alan Dunbar (a) CUT

Ben Crenshaw CUT

Hiroyuki Fujita CUT

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Remixing the Masters

14-year-old Tianlang Guan’s incredible day

Jim Nantz, our nation’s highest-paid tree

Tiger Woods never left

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Ian Woosnam is going the wrong way

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