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By the numbers: Key stats from Round 2 at Masters

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The leaderboard is packed with plenty of big names at the Masters. Here are the key stats from Round 2 at Augusta provided by the Golf Channel editorial research unit.

Sergio Garcia

• 71-68 (4 under); second career 36-hole lead in major (2007 Open, finished second)

• Eighth time inside top 3 after second round in major championship

• Played first 21 holes this week without bogey

• Longest streak to open a major since 1999 PGA (31, finished second)

• 22 top-10s in majors; second-most all-time without a victory

• Worst third round scoring average in Masters last 30 years (minimum 10 rounds)

• Combined score of 38 over par in third round of Masters in career

Rickie Fowler

• 73-67 (4 under); ties lowest career round in Masters

• Best score in a major since 66 in second round of 2015 Open

• First lead after any round in a major (100th career round played)

• MC last year; last to win year after missed cut was Tiger Woods in 1997

• Shot 80-73 last year to miss cut (9 over)

• 16 of last 22 PGA Tour rounds overall have been under par

Thomas Pieters

• 72-68 (4 under); 3 under on holes 11-18 today (was 5 over in first round)

• Friday was 10th career major championship round

• First career 36-hole lead in professional event in United States

• First player to hold 36-hole lead in debut since 2007 (Brett Wetterich)

• Making debut; last Masters rookie to win was Fuzzy Zoeller in 1979

• One bogey in second round (bogey or worse on four of last eight holes Thursday)

Charley Hoffman

• 65-75; played holes 6-11 in 5 over (par, five bogeys)

• Hit 10/18 GIR today (four fewer than in first round)

• 1 over par on par 3s in second round (birdied all four par 3s Thursday)

• Thursday was fifth round of career beating field by 7.5+ shots

• Combined 10 over in following round in each of those instances

• First 36-hole lead in major championship career

Fred Couples

• 73-70 (2 under); six birdies in second round (two in first round)

• Sixth time inside top 10 after 36 holes of Masters since 2010

• Most such instances inside top 10 of any player in span

• 29th made cut in Masters; one behind Gary Player for second-most all-time

• 10 under in rounds 1-2 of Masters since 2010 (6 over in rounds 3-4)

Justin Rose

• 71-72 (1 under); tied for sixth entering third round

• Par or better in 10 of his last 13 rounds in Masters

• 96 birdies/eagles in Masters since 2012 (most of any player in span)

Phil Mickelson

• 71-73 (Even); bogey on three of last five holes to finish round

• Fourth time in last 10 years inside top 10 entering third round of Masters

• 82nd worldwide start since last win (2013 Open)

• Would be oldest Masters champion all-time with win this week

Jordan Spieth

• 69 in second round; played last 11 holes of round in 4 under

• Snaps streak of four straight rounds over par in Masters

• Inside top 10 entering third round in all four Masters starts

• 12th or better following 13 of 14 career Masters rounds

• Was four or more shots back thru 36 in two of nine career PGA Tour wins

Rory McIlroy

• 72-73 (1 over); seven birdies and eight bogeys through two rounds this week

• Was at/within two of lead through 36 holes in all four major wins

• Hit 19/36 (52.8 percent) GIR through two rounds this week

• First time since 2010 did not break par in either of first two rounds