American golfers Fred Couples and Jason Dunfer are tied at 5-under for the lead in the 2012 Masters after two rounds of play. Both golfers wrapped up their second round on Friday. Couples shot a 5-under on the day to propel him up 28 spots after finishing even in the first round on Thursday. Dunfer was 2-under for the day.
Tiger Woods has finished even yesterday, and is still even after eight holes in the second round. After a bogies on the fourth and sixth holes in the second round, Woods parred the seventh and eighth to put him back to even.
Phil Mickelson was 4-under for the second round, and is at 2-under overall.
Behind Dunfer and Couples, there are seven players one stroke behind at 4-under. Rory McIlroy, Bubba Watson, Sergio Garcia, Louis Oosthuizen and Leee Westwood all finished the second round at 4-under overall. Miguel Jimenez and Nick Watney are still playing.