Will McGirt on Thursday rallied back from a opening bogey with a little short game magic.
Last year's Memorial champ cozied up a chip for a tap-in birdie at No. 2 and then let the wild slope of the green do his work for him at No. 4:
Masters 2017: William McGirt | 4th Hole, Round 2 pic.twitter.com/d9qjH94OqU— Masters Highlights (@MastersMoments) April 7, 2017
McGirt, who started the day four back in solo second, made the turn in 1-under 35.