Scott Stallings fell back in the pack during the front nine on Friday at the Masters, shooting a 3-over par 39 that left him at 1-over for the tournament at the turn, six shots behind current leaders Lee Westwood and Peter Hanson. Many golfers still have yet to finish, or in some cases even start, their rounds.
Stalling, a Worcester, MA native, shot a solid 2-under par 70 on Thursday, but had four bogeys in a five-hole stretch during the front nine Friday to squander his good vibrations from the opening round.
Other notables include Rory McIlroy, who birdied two of the first four holes en route to moving to 4-under for the tournament after seven holes, and Tiger Woods, who doesn't tee off until 1:42 p.m. ET.
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