Top Moments At The Masters: Day 2
The second day of the 2020 Masters got off to a glorious start, after rain and lightning postponed the day one of the tournament.
With that, here are the top moments from the second day of golf's crown jewel.
A Preview of Friday
Courtesy of The Masters.
Quite the moment for John Augenstein, a fifth-year senior at Vanderbilt University.
Great call from the announcers on this long putt by Sebastian Munoz.
On a roll
Sungjae Im converted his fourth consecutive birdie with this chip in shot.
He's near the top of the leaderboard early Friday morning.
Phil Mickelson places this ball perfectly on the green, right over the water.
In and out
That would have been an eagle for the ages for Cameron Champ.
More classic Lefty
There's nothing like championship experience to get you out of a bind.
First eagle of Round 2
The setup and the finish.
You can't do it much better than that, Brooks.
Ballin' like DJ
Not MJ – DJ. As in Dustin Johnson, who is on a roll early in the second round.
Reaching the top
All it took was this birdie chip shot for Sungae Im to take a share of the lead.
Been there, done that
An eagle is just business as usual for former Masters champion Bubba Watson.
Crowded at the top
Abraham Ancer joined in on the fun atop the Masters leaderboard after his fifth birdie of the day.
Wait...247 yards out? That's not a problem for Cameron Smith.
Ancer keeps the momentum
Abraham Ancer is in a zone right now after another birdie to reach -9.
Whoever said it was lonely at the top told a lie.
It doesn't matter if the ball is in the bunker, Tiger Woods is always a threat.
Woods is putting on a solid performance Friday, including this birdie on No. 8.
Let's make it trend.
And just like that, the darkness has taken over.
See you all on Saturday!