Day Two of the 2014 Masters Tournament is over, and it claimed a number of big names. Phil Mickelson missed the cut for the first time in 17 years. Ernie Els and Sergio Garcia also missed the cut, and of course Tiger Woods had to miss the tournament to start, due to injury.
What this means is that we have a few big names near the top, and a bunch of less-known players looking to capitalize. Bubba Watson is in sole possession of first place with a score of -7. He really took over on Day Two during a stretch of five straight birdies. 2013 Green Jacket winner Adam Scott is in a four-way tie for third, and the master of the Masters Fred Couples sits at seventh.
Despite Watson's lead, it's anyone's game right now.
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