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2024 Masters 2nd Round Live Updates: Tiger Woods makes record 24th straight, Bryson DeChambeau takes lead

2024 Masters 2nd Round Live Updates: Tiger Woods makes record 24th straight, Bryson DeChambeau takes lead

Tiger Woods made history Friday afternoon at Augusta National.

Woods, who scored a 72 in his second round, will safely reach the Masters. That marked his 24th straight cut in a major tournament, which is good for an all-time record. This officially broke the tie with Gary Player and Fred Couples.

Woods will enter the weekend with a one-point lead, which is still well behind Bryson DeChambeau – who entered the day with the lead. DeChambeau holds strong at 7 under midway through the second round, although Scotty Scheffler and Max Homa aren't far behind.

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  • @ArtButSports never fails.

  • Tiger just finished with an even-par 72 on Friday to set the final score.

  • Tiger Woods entered the weekend safely, giving him the all-time record.

  • Tiger Woods is on pace for a record-breaking 24th consecutive win now at Augusta National.

  • Bryson DeChambeau returned to the lead at 7 under.

  • That's the back-to-back average now for Woods. He will head to par 18th on the day and one on the week.

  • Tiger Woods missed an eagle putt on the 15th, but that left him with an easy two-putt birdie to move back within one point for the week.

  • Tiger Woods had just stunned the 14th by missing his putt wide of the green and then hitting the ball wide. It's past two now, and there are still two shots inside the expected line.

  • Scottie Scheffler's birdies almost immediately matched Bryson at 7 under.

  • Tiger Woods stays strong with Amen Corner. Still at 1-over per week.

  • That's a huge birdie putt for Bryson DeChambeau on No. 7. He was back in the lead again at Augusta.

  • It looks like Vijay should be competing at Augusta National for the first time in six years.

  • Tiger Woods is 1-over on the turn, two shots inside the projected cut line.

  • DeChambeau with his first big bob of the second round on No. 6. After hitting a 5-iron over the green on the par 3, a two-shot bogey putt now put him off the pace, with Max Homa now all alone in first place at 7 under par. Homa, who upset 18 to close out his first round this morning, had the first nine in his second round with two birdies and seven pars. Homa has just one top-10 in a major, a T10 at the 2023 Open at Hoylake.

  • Tiger Woods reached the round, equal on the day and one up on the tournament after a first nine that included three bogeys, three pars and three birdies. He stayed six shots behind the lead, shared by Max Homa and Bryson DeChambeau at 7 under.

  • Bryson DeChambeau remains tied for the lead (-7) after opening his second round with two shots on Nos. 1 and 2, including an up-and-down 5 on the second hole after a poor putt into a greenside bunker. .

    The 2020 US Open champion's best finish ever at the Masters was a T21 when he was a low amateur in 2016 on his first trip to Augusta National. The now LIV golf star has had a good season on that tour, leading his Crushers GC team to first place in the current LIV standings. He also leads that ring in eagles and driving distance on the season.

  • Tiger Woods adds to his long list of Masters Tournament highlights with a birdie putt on the par-3 sixth hole. After briefly missing the green, Woods relied on his legendary short game for his career. That birdie put Woods back to +1 for the tournament after two straight bogeys at the fourth and fifth.

  • We have a new co-leader. Max Homa birdied the par-3 fourth hole to move to 7 under and tie with Bryson DeChambeau.

  • Max Homa got off to a hot start in his second round. After birdies of No. 16 and No. 17 completed his first round this morning, Homa has birdies at No. 2 and No. 4 and has jumped into a tie for the lead with Bryson DeChambeau (-7) through four holes today. Check out this long birdie putt on the par 3 fourth — which TV commentators said was playing 265 yards, into the wind — that put Houma at the top of the leaderboard:

  • Collin Morikawa's first round is in the books. He finished with a birdie putt on 18 to post a 1-under, 71. He will return for his second round before 11 a.m. ET.