Following a 65 on Thursday, Justin Rose opened the door to several other contenders on Friday at The Masters. We certainly saw quite a shift in the leaderboard, as the unpredictability of Augusta lent itself to an entertaining second round.

A few highlights from Friday:

  • Jordan Spieth sank a 30ft birdie putt on 17 to get to -5 for the tournament, just two shots short of the lead

  • After bogeying three of his final four holes, defending champion Dustin Johnson will be watching from the sidelines this weekend

  • Brian Harman and Will Zalatoris have quietly pulled themselves within one shot of the lead, as both players have been playing stellar golf all year, while hardly getting mentioned by any media outlets

  • Si Woo Kim snapped his putter on the 15th hole, and had to putt with a three wood for his final three holes...and yes, he managed to two putt each of those

A few questions as we head into moving day:

  • Will Jordan Spieth have another consistent round and stay at the top of the leaderboard?

  • How will Justin Rose fare after leaving the door open for others?

  • Will Tony Finau have yet another Top 10 finish, or will he pull off a victory?

It will be an eventful day at Augusta. You can stream live via CBS Sports app or all day. TV coverage will be available via CBS from 3-7PM ET.

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