After shooting 72 at the Masters’ opening round, former Western golfer Kenny Perry followed up with a one-under 71 on Friday.
Perry easily made the cut to play this weekend and sits in a six-way tie for 15th place. Leader Ian Poulter sits at -8, seven strokes ahead of Perry.
Perry’s two-day total is 143.
He tees off at 12:35 p.m. CT Saturday.