Masters 2014 Results: Biggest Winners and Losers from Day 2

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Masters 2014 Results: Biggest Winners and Losers from Day 2
Chris Carlson

On a perfectly sunny day at Augusta, Bubba Watson (-7) singed the course, taking an early lead that left his competitors in the dust at the 2014 Masters.

The 2012 Masters champ turned the back nine into a pitch-and-putt, scoring five consecutive birdies on holes 12 through 16, finishing with a 68 and a three-shot lead.

It wasn’t Saturday, but it did feel like moving day as a number of top-ranked players missed the cut while others who seemed out of it climbed the leaderboard. 

Tiger Woods may have been missing and Phil Mickelson may have faded, but the fanfare, the intensity and the competition remain led by an aggressive lefty named Bubba with a penchant for the dramatic.

After 36 holes, the 2014 Masters features an eclectic leaderboard of top-ranked players, past major winners, and up-and-coming 20-somethings.

Here are the winners and losers from Day 2.

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