RICKIE FOWLER SHOT THE BEST ROUND on Friday at the Masters, a 67. Meanwhile, first-round leader Charley Hoffman slipped to 75 after an opening 65. Sergio Garcia had a 69 and Thomas Pieters a 68 to round out the four players at 4-under 140. Those two Americans and two Europeans are leading the Masters heading into the weekend.
2015 Masters champion Jordan Spieth fought his way into contention with a 69 that brought him to even par.
Fifty-three players made the cut at 6-over 150. Defending champion Danny Willett won't be around for the weekend.