Lee Westwood carried Thursday, but the 2012 Masters Leaderboard has a more familiar and less expected name on top—Fred Couples is tied with Jason Dufner for the lead at five under, following a second-round 67. Westwood shot a 73, pushing him into a group one back of the leaders that includes Sergio Garcia and Rory McIlroy.
As for Tiger Woods—things have been better. He's three over after shooting a 75, putting him 40 back of the leaders with the likes of Charl Schwartzel. For a constantly updated live leaderboard, click through to GOLF.com's auto-refreshing beauty and just stare at it until it blinks. Sometimes I find myself staring at it through multiple blinks, until I don't even remember what I was doing there, but don't let that stop you.
For more SB Nation coverage of the 2012 Masters Tournament, check out our very own golf blog, the adorably titled "Waggle Room." I realize it's a pun, but I also like to imagine it as a physical room in which people hang out, kind of like a sitcom set.