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Patrick Reed goes low to take second-round lead at Masters

AUGUSTA, Ga. - Phil Mickelson strolled to the interview area with a huge smile, asking: "How's it going, guys?"

The temptation was to reply: "Wait, didn't you just shoot 79?"

Mickelson had a rough Friday at the Masters, but he was hardly alone. Tiger Woods came home in 75, barely making the cut. First-round leader Jordan Spieth retreated with a 2-over-par 74, and Thomas Pieters snapped his driver

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