The second round of the 2012 Masters has concluded, and the biggest story of the day may have been Fred Couples, who shot a 67 to climb all the way into a tie for first place. He and Jason Dufner finished the day at -5, and they carry the lead into the weekend.
First round leader Lee Westwood is still very much in contention at four-under and would still sit in first place were it not for a bogie on No. 18 to finish up his round.
Tiger Woods got off to a fast start and was two-under through three holes, but he seemed to lose all control of his game on the back nine and ultimately finished the round at a disappointing +3. Rory McIlroy and Sergio Garcia are among the group at -4, while Phil Mickelson is lurking at two-under.
Colorado State alum Martin Laird finished the day at +4.
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