There is a four-way tie at the top of The Masters leaderboard after 36 holes at Augusta National Golf Club. Charlie Hoffman, Rickie Fowler, Sergio Garcia and Thomas Pieters.
Rickie shot the low round of the day, -5 under par 67 to join the leaders at the top of The Masters leaderboard at -4 under par for the tournament.
Yesterday’s first round leader Charlie, choked today signing for a +3 over 75, but still shares top spot.
Sergio put in a good performance shooting a second round -3 under 69, for his -4 under total;
“I think that I’m a little bit calmer now. I think that I’m working on trying to accept things.”
“It’s much easier to say than to do it. That’s the challenge we always have, making sure that you accept the bad breaks with the good ones and move on.”
“There were a couple of moments out there where I could have lost it a little bit, you just have to realize that those things are going to happen.”
“I still have to get so much better at it, but what that shows me is that I have a lot of room for improvement, so that is something very positive.”
“Things are happening at the moment, so I want to make sure that I keep riding that wave and go out there tomorrow and be positive like I’ve been the first two days.”
Thomas carded -4 under 68 to join the crew at the top.
Tomorrow is moving day, and with so many names close to the leaders it will be interesting to see if anyone makes a significant surge, on the traditional moving day, Saturday. Rory McIlroy, Phil Mickelson, Justin Rose, Jordan Spieth, are all within striking distance.