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LEAD­ING: Jor­dan Spi­eth at 14-un­der 130 af­ter a sec­ond-round 66.

WHO’S NEXT? Charley Hoffman shot a 68 and was five shots back through 36 holes. Three oth­ers were an­other two shots back.

WHERE’S69, his first TIGER?round in Tigerthe 60s Wood­sat the was Masters12 shots in back­four years.af­ter shoot­ing a

NEARLY PER­FECT: Spi­eth didn’t make a bo­gey in his sec­ond round, a day af­ter mak­ing one while shoot­ing 64.

RECORD SET­TING: Spi­eth set a record for low score af­ter 36 holes at the Masters, one shot bet­ter than Ray Floyd in 1976.

MORE RECORDS: Dustin John­son be­came the first player to make three ea­gles in one round in the Masters. He shot 67.

NOTE­WOR­THY: A day af­ter be­com­ing the old­est player to break par at the Masters at age 65, two-time cham­pion Tom Wat­son shot a nine-over 81 and missed the cut.

GEN­TLE EXIT: Ben Cren­shaw, also a two-time cham­pion, played his fi­nal round at the age of 63. He shot 85.

Ti­mothy A. Clary AFP/Getty Images

TWO-TIME win­ner Ben Cren­shaw hugs long­time cad­die Carl Jack­son af­ter com­plet­ing his fi­nal com­pet­i­tive round at Au­gusta Na­tional.

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