As the 2012 Masters head into the weekend and the decisive third and fourth rounds, it's Fred Couples and Jason Dufner who find themselves leading the pack at five under par. Couples shot a 67 on the day to climb into contention.
Day 1 leader Lee Westwood is right behind those two at four-under, and he'd likely be in the clubhouse with the lead were it not for a disastrous double bogie on the 18th hole. Four other players, including Rory McIlroy and Sergio Garcia, are in the group with Westwood at -4.
Phil Mickelson is not far behind at -2, but Tiger Woods had a rough back nine and ended the day three over par.
Luke Donald and Steve Stricker made the cut, but they're both four-over with a lot of work ahead of them.