The wind is blowing in Augusta but does not shake Matthieu Pavon! For his first participation in the masters tournament, the Bordeaux player is 8th under par, five shots from the lead. Three Americans took the lead in this long second day: Bryson DeChambeau, Scottie Scheffler and Max Homa. Event this Friday, Tiger Woods once again makes Masters history: he made his 24th consecutive cut in the state of Georgia, a record. He is 24th at +1.

Matthieu Pavon five shots behind the leaders at the Augusta Masters

Matthieu Pavon five shots behind the leaders at Augusta – via Twitter @CanalplusGolf

There are three leaders at Augusta! The weather conditions and especially the wind have not been kind to the best players in the world. The best card of Friday is “only” 69 (-3), signed by Ludvig Aberg. After a second round finished until the last light of the sun, three Americans are co-leader at -6: Max Homa, Bryson DeChambeau and Scottie Scheffler. The three men play respectively -1, +1 and in the PAR and were able to resist the numerous traps of Augusta National.

A golf course is never finished! And Danny Willett won't tell you otherwise. The Englishman was among the leaders at the start of the 18th with a total of -4 but his day was overshadowed by a triple bogey: dropped throw to the right, several bunker exits, missed putt and the former winner drops back to 8th place.

First Masters and first Cut crossed for Matthieu Pavon! The Bordeaux player played a long day of golf, returning to finish his first round early this Friday morning. After a first score of 70 (-2), Pavon scored 73 (+1) in the windy conditions of Augusta National. Finishing under par after two rounds, Matthieu Pavon is in the top 10 and will have every chance for the weekend.

Tiger Woods continues to make the golf world dream. The Tiger once again distinguished himself on the Augusta course that he loves so much. The five-time winner of the green jacket will be present once again this weekend thanks to a total score of +1, this is his 24th consecutive cut at the Masters: he has not missed a single one since he turned pro . Tiger Woods is 24th and will roar again this weekend.

The golf world always dreams for a man when the music of the Masters sounds. Although he started well with a card under par, the Northern Irishman Rory McIlroy once again moved away from the green jacket with a heavy card of 77 (+5) without any birdie. Nothing is over in golf, but McIlroy is already ten shots from the lead and will have to have a very good moving day.

For this moving day, Matthieu Pavon will be associated with the Swede Ludvig Aberg.

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