Justin Rose Maintains Masters Lead After Second Round


AUGUSTA, Ga. (AP) – Justin Rose didn’t get the memo that Augusta National was playing a little easier Friday at the Masters. He had to rally for an even-par 72. The good news for Rose: He’s still in the lead. But now it’s down to one shot over Brian Harman and 24-year-old Will Zalatoris, who is making his Masters debut. The name that stands out is Jordan Spieth. The former Masters champ and Augusta National wizard shot a 68 and joined Marc Leishman just two shots out of the lead. Dustin Johnson won’t get a chance to defend. He missed the cut.

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