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Masters roundup for Friday


Views from the Par 3 course during the Par 3 tournament at the Masters golf tournament at Augusta National Golf Club on Wednesday, April 6, 2022, in Augusta, GA (Artie Walker, Jr./Special to the Aiken Standard)


• 3-7:30 p.m. – Second round, ESPN

• 8-11 – Replay second round, ESPN

• 11:35-11:50 – Highlights show, CBS

Thursday scores

Sungjae Im 32-35--67

Cameron Smith 34-34--68

Joaquin Niemann 33-36--69

Danny Willett 35-34--69

Scottie Scheffler 34-35--69

Dustin Johnson 33-36--69

Jason Kokrak 36-34--70

Corey Conners 35-35--70

Patrick Cantlay 36-34--70

Harry Higgs 34-37--71

Kevin Na 38-33--71

Daniel Berger 36-35--71

Tiger Woods 36-35--71

Tony Finau 36-35--71

Webb Simpson 35-36--71

Harold Varner III 38-33--71

Will Zalatoris 34-37--71

Matthew Fitzpatrick 35-36--71

Garrick Higgo 37-35--72

Talor Gooch 34-38--72

Hideki Matsuyama 36-36--72

Lucas Glover 38-34--72

Cameron Champ 35-37--72

Charl Schwartzel 34-38--72

Lee Westwood 36-36--72

a-Keita Nakajima 35-37--72

Sergio Garcia 36-36--72

Abraham Ancer 35-37--72

Tyrrell Hatton 37-35--72

Viktor Hovland 36-36--72

Min Woo Lee 35-38--73

Mackenzie Hughes 38-35--73

Shane Lowry 37-36--73

Erik van Rooyen 35-38--73

Christiaan Bezuidenhout 36-37--73

Robert MacIntyre 35-38--73

Russell Henley 37-36--73

Bubba Watson 37-36--73

Tom Hoge 36-37--73

Marc Leishman 38-35--73

Collin Morikawa 38-35--73

Rory McIlroy 36-37--73

J.J. Spaun 39-35--74

Mike Weir 37-37--74

Padraig Harrington 35-39--74

a-Austin Greaser 35-39--74

Sepp Straka 35-39--74

K.H. Lee 40-34--74

Brian Harman 36-38--74

Zach Johnson 37-37--74

Max Homa 36-38--74

Adam Scott 36-38--74

Patrick Reed 38-36--74

Seamus Power 37-37--74

Lucas Herbert 36-38--74

Billy Horschel 36-38--74

Jon Rahm 36-38--74

Jordan Spieth 37-37--74

Xander Schauffele 37-37--74

Fred Couples 38-37--75

Guido Migliozzi 36-39--75

Ryan Palmer 37-38--75

Kevin Kisner 38-37--75

Tommy Fleetwood 36-39--75

Cameron Davis 38-37--75

Gary Woodland 39-36--75

Takumi Kanaya 35-40--75

Sam Burns 37-38--75

Brooks Koepka 34-41--75

Stewart Cink 37-39--76

Si Woo Kim 39-37--76

Bryson DeChambeau 36-40--76

Louis Oosthuizen 37-39--76

Justin Thomas 37-39--76

Bernhard Langer 36-40--76

Justin Rose 39-37--76

Jose Maria Olazabal 40-37--77

Larry Mize 39-38--77

Hudson Swafford 40-37--77

Cameron Young 39-38--77

Luke List 38-39--77

Francesco Molinari 39-39--78

Vijay Singh 42-36--78

a-Stewart Hagestad 36-43--79

Thomas Pieters 39-40--79

a-Aaron Jarvis 41-40--81

Matthew Wolff 41-40--81

a-James Piot 40-41--81

a-Laird Shepherd 41-40--81

Sandy Lyle 40-42--82

Paul Casey WD


Significant Masters milestones

1987: Larry Mize, an Augusta native, chips in for birdie from 140 feet on the second playoff hole (No. 11) to defeat Greg Norman and Seve Ballesteros. 1939 Masters champion Ralph Guldahl passes away.

1997: At the age of 21, Tiger Woods becomes the youngest champion in Masters history setting 20 records, including lowest 72-hole total and widest victory margin; and tying six others. Two-time Masters champion Ben Hogan and 1938 Masters champion Henry Picard pass away.

2002: Tiger Woods defeats Retief Goosen to win his third Masters title, becoming only the third player to successfully defend his title. 18-hole coverage on Sunday is initiated. Three-time Masters champion Sam Snead passes away.

2007: Zach Johnson stuck to a carefully devised game plan by not going for any of the par 5’s in two. He finished 11-under on those holes on his way to victory. Johnson’s total of 1-over-par 289 equaled the highest four-day total by a champion in Masters history, tying Sam Snead (1954) and Jack Burke (1956). 1967 Masters champion Gay Brewer passes away.

2012: On the second playoff hole against Louis Oosthuizen, left-handed Bubba Watson hooks a wedge shot through overhanging trees right of the 10th fairway from 164 yards onto the green, helping secure his first Masters victory.

2017: In his 19th Masters appearance, Sergio Garcia won his first major championship, prevailing in a playoff against Justin Rose and setting the record for most starts by a Masters champion before his first victory. Chairman Emeritus Hootie Johnson passes away at age 86. Fred S. Ridley is elected Chairman and Billy Payne is named Chairman Emeritus.