9 – Patrick Reed leads on nine under par after 36 holes of the Masters.
66 – His second round 66 is the joint-lowest round of the week, level with Jordan Spieth’s first round score.
2015 – The 27 year old led the 2015 US Open after 36 holes, his only other 36-hole lead in a Major Championship. He finished in a share of 14th that week.
31 – Reed went out in 31, the best score on the front nine all week.
After 36 holes at #TheMasters:
-4 @JordanSpieth https://t.co/P9aI7S3RKx pic.twitter.com/ZKR7xMa3Qd
— The European Tour (@EuropeanTour) April 6, 2018
19 – Since 1998, the Masters winner was in the top ten after 36 holes 19 times out of 20.
16 – In that same time period, 16 of the winners were in the top five.
6 – Six of the 20 led or co-led.
1999 – Not since 1999 has a first round leader shot a better second round score at the Masters. Scott McCarron was the last man to do so 19 years ago.
3 – Of the last six 18-hole leaders, three men have second round scores that were ten strokes worse – Charley Hoffman (2017), Bill Haas (2014) and Sergio Garcia (2013).
86 – Russell Henley holed an 86ft putt for eagle on the 15th hole.
2002 – The World Number One hasn’t won the Masters since 2002. Dustin Johnson, the current top player in the Official World Golf Ranking, is six back heading into Saturday.
75 – Tiger Woods’ 75 ensured he made the weekend at four over par, his 20th made cut here.