The Masters 2nd round, Fred Couples turns back the years. April 06 2012
Beck/Getty ImagesTwo big names who scraped in above the cut line were Tiger Woods at +3 and Luke Donald at +5, both players look really out of sorts and it is unlikely that either of them will contest seriously on Sunday for the title. Lee Westwood and Louis Oosthuizen both had disappointing second rounds, Lee with a 73 for +1, including a double bogey on the 18th and Louis with an even par 72. Both players are now just one shot back at -4 for the tournament. These two are joined at -4 by Sergio Garcia, Bubba Watson and Rory McIlroy. Phil Mickleson had a -4 under par round to finish at -2 for the tournament, so is still in with a chance, should he put in another good round tomorrow. The tournament is a logjam, the cut was made at +5, the largest total since 1992 when Freddie Couples won his Masters by two strokes over Raymond Floyd.