Jason Day sits atop the Masters leaderboard after 36 holes at Augusta National. It's somewhat familiar territory for the 25-year-old, who finished in a tie for second in 2011.
Tiger Woods charged up the leaderboard on Friday as well, but found the water on the 15th hole and made bogey on 18. He's still very much in the hunt, just three strokes back of Day at three under.
An Australian has never won the Masters, but with Day, Marc Leishman, Adam Scott and John Senden all in contention, maybe this is the year.
With that said, there are also a few veterans near the top of the leaderboard at Augusta National. Three experienced golfers over the age of 40, who know their way around the course.
Perhaps one of these three will be wearing the green jacket come Sunday evening.