The PGA Tour Leaderboard is live from the Masters 2015 tournament at Augusta National as Round 2 on Friday gets underway ahead of the weekend and the scores have Jordan Spieth leading to start and players like Tiger Woods, Rory McIlroy, Justin Rose and Phil Mickelson will try and get into the mix as things progress from the major.
Spieth was the leader heading into the second day of the tournament and through four holes he was in first place at Augusta. Jordan Spieth is closing in on a record day and he has played very well after coming in with the lead on the second day of the tournament.
Bubba Watson won things last year and Spieth came in second and he is looking like the young star on tour now with McIlroy established. McIlroy is 25 and Spieth is just 21 and he could have some strong years ahead of him after the way he has performed early on. Spieth has overshadowed some other players and he is looking to take his lead into the weekend.
Spieth had the best performance of the day and that left him in first place and he started off well on Friday as well. Rose comes in after putting up a solid performance and he has the chance to make a run as well after putting up a 67 to start things off.
McIlroy came in seven strokes back of Spieth and Mickelson is coming into the day at two under after putting up a 70 in Round 1. Woods is one under through two holes and he wants to make it to the weekend after coming back following a long layoff.
Woods has been out since February and now he gets the chance to compete in the Masters and he has a tough road ahead after being out for so long. McIlroy comes in as the world number one, while Woods has fallen back out of the top 100 after not playing and dealing with injuries last season.
Spieth is a young player and one of the rising stars and he comes in after finishing in second place last year. Spieth had his chances last year in his first start and now he gets the chance to do it again and he is playing in one of the better groups over the first two days. Woods returns after a long layoff and he wants to make it to the weekend.