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2022 Masters Leaderboard: Live coverage, Tiger Woods score, golf results today at Round 2 at the Augusta National

2022 Masters Leaderboard: Live coverage, Tiger Woods score, golf results today at Round 2 at the Augusta National

Augusta, GA – The star-studded leaderboard and course packed with patrons already hit the temperature of the 2022 Masters, as Round Two begins Friday. Sung-jae Im tops this board at 5 under after the first 18 stellar holes, but his lead is slim with Cameron Smith, former champs Danny Willett and Dustin Johnson, Joaquin Neiman and Scotty Scheffler among those taking his heels off on the second day of the action starts.

However, it is Tiger Woods who pulls most of the air out of Augusta National’s atmosphere. Playing his first event in 17 months – and only 14 months after nearly losing a leg – Woods shot the The most prominent 71 in the history of masters Seated T11 and only four shots from the back of the Im. It’s unlikely Tiger will only make a disaster on Friday, but may be in contention to win his sixth green jacket to enter the weekend. It all makes for a second must-see tour that should be exciting from sunrise to sunset on Friday.

Watch the 2022 Masters stream this Friday with Masters Live Where we follow the world’s best golfers around the Augusta National with Featured groupscheck in the famous Amen corner And see the leaders around the turn on Holes 15 and 16. Watch live broadcasts for free on desktop and mobile via CBSSports.com And the CBS Sports App. Also available at Paramount +.

CBS Sports will update this story with results and highlights from the Masters below. Check out the live scores at the top of this story, and more detailed leaderboardRound 2 times our complete tee Master’s program schedule/coverage Instructs.

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