2012 Masters: Jason Dufner And Fred Couples Tied For The Lead, Tiger Woods Five Strokes Back Through Seven In Second Round

Americans Jason Dufner and Fred Couples have a share of the lead during the second round of the 2012 Masters Tournament in August, GA. Couples started the day even par and shot a five under 67 to earn a share of the lead. Dufner shot a two under 70 in round two to bump his score to five under for the tournament.

First round leader Lee Westwood shot a one over 73 in round two and is currently tied with Louis Oosthuizen, Rory McIlroy, Sergio Garcia and Bubba Watson at four under for the tournament. Tiger Woods' second round is currently in progress and he is currently shooting even through seven holes in round two, keeping him even for the tournament.

Virginia Tech graduate Johnson Wagner is currently shooting three over for the round through nine holes to push his score to 10 over for the tournament. He will most likely miss the cut.

For the full leaderboard, check out Sports Illustrated.

For more on the 2012 Masters, check out SB Nation's golf hub and golf blog Waggle Room.

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