Agence France-PresseApril 12, 2013 21:15
A Masters second round that tested how top golfers handle adversity Friday saw Tiger Woods stumble, Jason Day take the lead and teen Guan Tianlang make the cut despite a rare slow-play penalty.
Day, hoping to be Australia's first Masters champion, shot a four-under par 68 to stand on six-under 138 and take a one-stroke lead over countryman Marc Leishman and Fred Couples, trying at 53 to become the oldest major winner.
"It's a hard course out there," Couples said. "They put most of the pins in, I thought, really hard spots."