The Masters leaderboard on Friday afternoon has Rory McIlroy still out in front, followed by K.J. Choi and former US Open champion Geoff Ogilvy. Former Masters champ Fred Couples is lurking in the wings, as well.
First round co-leader Alvaro Quiros stumbled a bit on Friday, recording a one-over 73. The Spaniard stands at six under through two rounds.
Then, there's a group of three golfers tied for fifth at five under par. They include former Masters champ Fred Couples, who shot a four-under par 68.
Other notables include defending Masters champ Phil Mickelson, who shot an even-par 72 Friday and remains at two under. Tiger Woods is still on the course and is at two under par after nine holes in his second round.