2012 Masters Leaderboard: Keegan Bradley 2-Over After Front Nine On Friday

Keegan Bradley finished Round One at the 2012 Masters Tournament at 1-under-par, 72. That score meant he would be paired up with last year's Masters champion Charl Schwartzel and Kelly Kraft in Round Two.

Through the front nine, Bradley is 2-over-par, tied for 30th. Bradley is 1-over-par overall in the tournament.

Kelly Kraft is 3-over-par today and 5-over-par overall. Kraft is tied for 57th.

Charl Schwartzel is even on the day, tied for 23rd. Schwartzel is even overall.

Other notables from Round Two: Tiger Woods is tied for 23rd overall, after being even through 8 holes. Rory McIlroy finished his day 3-under-par (69). He is tied for 3rd and is 4-under-par for the tournament. The big surprise is that 52-year-old Fred Couples is tied for the lead after a 5-under-par 67 on Friday. Couples is 5-under-par overall.

For more on the Masters, check back to this SB Nation New York StoryStream.

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