Zalatoris Zeroes In
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Masters Round 2 Recap In Pictures

Zalatoris Zeroes In
Will Zalatoris, who is playing in his first Masters, speaks with the media following his second round at Augusta National on April 9. Zalatoris followed his opening-round 70 with a 4-under 68 that featured five birdies in the final eight holes and three straight to end the round. Zalatoris is tied with Brian Harman at 6 under, a shot behind Justin Rose.  (Photo: Rusty Jarrett | Augusta National)
Spieth Stock Rises
Jordan Spieth hits iron off the tee at the par-5 11th hole during the second round of the Masters at Augusta National. Spieth, the 2015 Masters champion who won at the Valero Texas Open last week, set a goal of 4-under 68 for the second round and met it, moving to 5-under 139 heading into the weekend.  (Photo: Golffile | Scott Halleran)
Thomas Hunts 2nd Major
Justin Thomas assesses the 11th hole during Friday's second round of the Masters at Augusta National. Thomas, who already has won the PGA Championship, made birdie — one of six in his round of 67 that moved him to 4-under 140, three strokes back of 36-hole leader Justin Rose.  (Photo: Golffile | Scott Halleran)
Mickelson Stays For Weekend
Three-time Masters champion Phil Mickelson discusses shot options with caddie and brother Tim Mickelson during the second round at Augusta National on April 9. Mickelson, who last won a Masters in 2010, was above the cut line for most of the day, but made birdies at the par-5 13th and 15th holes to shoot even-par 72. Mickelson is 3 over heading into the weekend.  (Photo: Logan Whitton | Augusta National)
Finau's Big Gains
Tony Finau tees off at the par-4 11th hole during the Masters' second round at Augusta National on Friday. Finau shot a 6-under 66, which included an eagle at the par-5 second hole, is in contention at 4 under par. (Photo: Golffile | Scott Halleran)
Moving Day Comes Early
Austria's Bernd Wiesberger and caddie Jamie Lane wait on the par-5 13th hole's fairway during Friday's second round of the Masters at Augusta National Golf Club. Wiesberger began his morning at 2 over, but shot a 6-under 66 to become the clubhouse leader at 4-under 140. (Photo: Chris Trotman | Augusta National)
A Hard Day's Work
Bryson DeChambeau was considered one of the favorites entering this week's 85th Masters at Augusta National Golf Club. After an opening-round 76, the reigning U.S. Open champion finally started heading up the leaderboard with a birdie at the par-5 eighth hole. He played the final 11 holes of the second round in 5 under to sit at 1-under 143 heading into the weekend.  (Photo: Golffile | Scott Halleran)
Not All Smiles
England's Justin Rose walks along the par-4 third hole fairway with playing partner Shane Lowry in Friday's second round of the Masters at Augusta National Golf Club. Rose shot an opening-round 7-under 65 to hold a four-stroke lead, but had slipped back to 4 under through the opening nine holes on Friday.  (Photo: Charles Laberge | Augusta National)
Which Way ...
Signage at Augusta National Golf Club leaves no question as to which direction to walk, including to Amen Corner, which consists of the par-4 11th green, the par-3 12th hole and the teeing ground at the par-5 13th hole.  (Photo: Golffile | Scott Halleran)
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