Masters 2015 second round gallery

Spieth, Tiger, Rose, Crenshaw and others star in our round two gallery

Tiger in familiar pose on the 7th yesterday
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Our Masters 2015 second round gallery covers Tiger, Jordan Spieth’s record-breaking antics, Dustin Johnson’s incredible round and Ben Crenshaw’s farewell

There's only one place to start of our Masters 2015 second round gallery - with a certain Mr Spieth...

Jordan Spieth

Okay, he had a bit of form coming into the Masters, and was leading with 11 holes to go last year, but right now he’s blowing the field away thanks to a record-breaking 36-hole total of 14-under par, including this rare birdie on 10.

Jordan Spieth racked up the birdies again yesterday

Jordan Spieth racked up the birdies again yesterday

Tiger Woods

Finished? History? Apparently not. The 14-time Major champion was back in familiar pose yesterday after holing this birdie putt on the 7th.

Tiger looked back to his old self on Friday

Tiger looked back to his old self on Friday

Mark O’Meara

Tiger’s old buddy has turned out to be this Masters surprise senior package. The 1998 champion turned in a very tidy 68 to find himself T12th heading into the weekend.

Mark O'Meara is this year's super senior

Mark O'Meara is this year's super senior

Justin Rose

The Englishman survived a poor start and a dreaded Sherman on the 11th to salvage a 70 and find himself T3rd with two rounds to go.

Justin Rose survived a tough day and golf's horror shot on Friday

Justin Rose survived a tough day and golf's horror shot on Friday

Paul Casey

The resurgent Casey is on the same mark as Rose after carding just one bogey through 36 holes.

Paul Casey has dropped just one shot in 36 holes

Paul Casey has dropped just one shot in 36 holes

Dustin Johnson

Johnson has hit the ground running after his break, bagging an unprecedented three eagles yesterday then holing this monster putt up the hill on 16.

Not content with 3 eagles on the par 5s, Johnson canned a long one for birdie on 16 too

Not content with 3 eagles on the par 5s, Johnson canned a long one for birdie on 16 too

Phil Mickelson

This incredible up-and-down on 10 was just the spark Lefty needed to kickstart his round and get himself right in the hunt with a four-under back nine.

This up-and-down on 10 turned Mickelson's fortunes around

This up-and-down on 10 turned Mickelson's fortunes around

Rory McIlroy

A game of two halves for Rory – out in 40, back in 31 including a tap-in eagle on the 13th and a chip-in birdie on the 17th. Looked frustrated afterwards though.

Despite a back nine of 31, Rory remained frustrated

Despite a back nine of 31, Rory remained frustrated

Kevin Na

On a day that cost Augusta much crystal, Kevin Na joined the eagle club with this effort on the 13th.

Kevin Na was one of many to help himself to some Friday crystal with this eagle on 13

Kevin Na was one of many to help himself to some Friday crystal with this eagle on 13

Patrick Reed

Reed in familiar celebratory pose after holing out from the sand on the 18th to climb into the top 20.

Patrick Reed celebrates an incredible holed bunker shot on 18

Patrick Reed celebrates an incredible holed bunker shot on 18

Ben Crenshaw

Emotional scenes on the 18th as Ben Crenshaw bowed out after 44 consecutive Masters, embracing long-time bagman Carl Jackson who was waiting for him at the green, suitably attired.

Ben Crenshaw thanks Carl Jackson as his Masters career comes to an end

Ben Crenshaw thanks Carl Jackson as his Masters career comes to an end
Jeremy Ellwood
Contributing Editor

Jeremy Ellwood has worked in the golf industry since 1993 and for Golf Monthly since 2002 when he started out as equipment editor. He is now a freelance journalist writing mainly for Golf Monthly across the whole spectrum from courses and Rules to equipment and instruction. He also edits The Golf Club Secretary Newsletter, a highly regarded trade publication for golf club secretaries and managers, and has authored or co-authored three books and written for a number of national papers including The Telegraph and The Independent. He is a senior panelist for Golf Monthly's Top 100 UK & Ireland Course Rankings and has played all of the Top 100 plus 91 of the Next 100, making him well-qualified when it comes to assessing and comparing our premier golf courses. He has now played well over 950 golf courses worldwide in 35 countries, right across the spectrum from the humblest of nine-holers in the Scottish Highlands to the very grandest of international golf resorts, but put him on a links course anywhere and he will be blissfully content.

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