The second day round gets under way and Ross Fisher needs to make up for his opening score of 77. The Englishman has got a mountain to climb to make the cut and finds the rough on the very first hole on Friday
It's the battle of the garish trouser on the first tee amongst the spectators as Fijian star Vijay Singh, another player desperate to have a better day after carding 76 on Thursday, opts for a sedate slack
An early shout for hat of the day award? Weather conditions for Augusta on Friday are sunny, temperature is 13C and wind is a fresh 12mph. Will Tiger and Co. tame the course during the second round?
Denmark's Soren Kjeldsen has much to ponder on the second fairway as he looks to build on his opening round of 70. He starts the day just four shots behind overnight leader Fred Couples but he needs a good escape here
He's back and it's Woods in the woods. Tiger gets his second round going but he's amongst the pine needles on hole one. A smart recovery gives him a par though and he's sniffing the leaderboard summit
Here's a man who knows a thing or three about sartorial elegance. It's a day for lemon as Ian Poulter sits tied in third on five under after five impressive holes on day two at Augusta
Sandy Lyle isn't smiling for long after carding an 86 in his second round - including a dreadful front nine of 46 - to drop completely out of contention, despite a promising first round on Thursday
Lee Westwood wastes little time in making his presence felt on the second day. The Englishman goes through the first eight holes in four under to move into an outright lead at nine under par
Ian Poulter brushes off a couple of trips to the sand to pick up five birdies in his opening nine holes and join Westwood at the top of the leaderboard. It's suddenly looking good for the Brits at Augusta
Things don't go so swimmingly for Fred Couples on the second day though. The popular American led after the first round but quickly drops three shots on the second day and falls to three under
Poulter continues to shine throughout his round, carding a four-under 68 for the second time in as many days. The Brit is a genuine contention for his first major title
Tiger Woods watches a putt trickle past on the final hole. But the American enjoys another fine round, carding a two-under 70 to move to a healthy six-under overall
Anthony Kim ponders another putt in a solid second round. The American goes through 13 one under par - enough to shoot up the leaderboard on a tough day at Augusta
Woods' second round of 70 includes three birdies and one bogey to help him climb up the leaderboard. He says afterwards: "I usually put myself in contention most of the time most years here, and this year I'm right there."
Westwood sees his two-shot lead evaporate with a double bogey on the 14th and a bogey on the last. His 69 leaves him as joint overnight leader with compatriot Ian Poulter. Overall, a good day for the British pair