Kansas City-native professional golfers Gary Woodland, Tom Watson and Chez Reavie are working their way through the second round of the 2012 Masters Tournament and it seems that two of the three will make the cut to continue playing this weekend.
First, Woodland, who finished the first round 1-over par, has been much better in the second round, as he is currently at 1-under par after being 2-under in the second round. He's currently on the 16th hole and is four behind leaders Jason Dufner and Fred Couples, who are both at 5-under.
Tom Watson hasn't had as good of a day. The projected cut is at 5-under par, and right now, after bogeying on the 17th hole, he fell to 6-under par and is likely to now miss the cut. He'll need to birdie 18 to play through the weekend.
Chez Reavie has also struggled and is likely done. He shot a 74, which is five strokes better than his first-round score of 79, but he still bogeyed four holes and only birdied two in the second round and found himself at 9-over par. Even if the projected cut changes, Reavie still won't make it and is likely ready to pack it in and head home.
The only golfer still with a shot to make a run at it is likely Woodland, who is in good position heading into Saturday's third round.