7 April 2018 • 12:03am Read Paul Hayward on Rory McIlroy’s second round 71. Jordan Spieth makes nightmare but rallies to a 74. Patrick Reed races through the field and reaches 10-under. Tiger Woods struggles but makes the cut. Follow the live leaderboard Live in-play odds Day two at Augusta has seen the famous old course bear its teeth, with the first-round leaders dropping back towards the pack – including heavy favourite Jordan Spieth. Spieth made a horrendous start with a double-bogey at the first after hooking his tee-shot into the trees left, and dropped another shot at the par-five second before taking five at the seventh. He turned in 40, his worst front-nine score at the Masters but he steadied the ship coming home to card a 74. Rory McIlroy stayed patient and a 71 leaves him well in contention at four-under for the tournament. He dropped a shot at the first but responded with back-to-back birdies and reached the turn at two-under. Birdies at 13 and 14 propelled him forward and he played solid golf from there on in. Crowd favourite Phil Mickelson was well placed after a sound start, but was knocked sideways by a triple bogey seven at Augusta on… Read full this story
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