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Monday, 22 October, 2018

Patrick Reed heads the Masters leaderboard after round two at Augusta

Golf's big guns in the mix for the Green Jacket

Patrick Reed took charge of the second round at Augusta
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Patrick Reed is 100-30 to win the Masters after the American took charge of Friday's second round.

He fired a six-under-par 66 and leads by two from Marc Leishman.

The Australian hit a 67 and is 7-1 to claim his first Green Jacket.

But the big guns are right in the mix. Overnight leader Jordan Spieth got his second round off to a miserable start when he dropped three shots in his first two holes, but he recovered to shoot a 74.

He is joined by Rory McIlroy, who needs the win at Augusta to complete a career grand slam of the game's four Majors on four under, with Sweden's Henrik Stenson is a shot closer to the leaders.

Spieth and McIlroy are both 7-1 while former Open champion Stenson is 10-1.

The half-way cut came in at five over par, which was good news for the returning Tiger Woods, who was a shot inside the line after a 75.

Phil Mickelson was right on the mark after he struggled with a 79.

Champion Sergio Garcia, who had a 13 on the par-five 15th on Thursday, missed the cut alongside Alex Noren, Thomas Pieters, Jason Dufner and Charl Schwartzel.

Doug Ghim was the only non-professional to make the weekend, rewarding punters who backed him at 9-2 to be the top amateur.


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Overnight leader Jordan Spieth got his second round off to a miserable start when he dropped three shots in his first two holes
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