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Playing in group six, Steve Stricker tees off at 8:55 a.m. ET in the Second Round.
With heavy rains and thunderstorms set to soften greens at the Masters ahead of Friday morning, the PGA Tour's No. 2 scoring leader has the potential to post a very low number heading into the weekend.
The major area in which he's struggled this year is driving distance, currently ranked No. 170 on the PGA Tour. However, driving distance will become a neutralizer among competitors on Friday with wet fairways.
In 12 Second Round outings at Augusta National, Stricker has broken 70 (two rounds of 69) only twice.
Friday morning, look for Stricker to have his lowest Second Round ever at the Masters.
If that happens, the weekend should set up very nice for the world's No. 8 golfer.