he Masters action continue on Friday with Scottie Scheffler leading the way.
Charl Schwartzel and Im Sung-Jae are in the clubhouse as Tiger Woods battled back from a difficult opening to his second-round performance.
Rory McIlroy carded 73 for a halfway total of two over par once more and is confident of Augusta glory.
Masters 2022 tee times and pairings
Round 3. All times BST.
Masters 2022 weather forecast
Heavy rainfall and thunderstorms came in the build-up to the tournament on Wednesday and overnight. That caused tee times to be pushed back by half an hour on Thursday, but it was then a largely sunny day at Augusta.
More of the same is expected on Friday, though winds could pick up to the 20mph range.
How to watch the Masters 2022
TV channel: In the UK, the second round of the tournament will be televised live on Sky Sports Golf and Main Event.
Featured group coverage begins at 2pm BST, before full coverage is shown from 7:30pm through to the end of play.
Live stream: Sky Sports subscribers will also be able to watch all the action online via the Sky Go app.
Masters 2022 featured groups
3:12pm Dustin Johnson, Billy Horschel, Collin Morikawa
3:34pm Jordan Spieth, Viktor Hovland, Xander Schauffele
6:41pm Tiger Woods, Louis Oosthuizen, Joaquin Niemann
7:03pm Adam Scott, Scottie Scheffler, Tony Finau
Masters 2022 prize money
Last year the full prize money breakdown was not announced until the Saturday of the tournament, and no confirmation of this year’s purse has yet been given.
However, it’s likely to be very similar to what was awarded in 2021.
Matsuyama picked up $2,070,000 for winning the Green Jacket, with Will Zalatoris taking home $1,242,000 as he finished second in his first Masters appearance.
Tony Finau received $299,000 for coming in a share of tenth, Phil Mickelson’s T21 was good enough for $119,600 and Bryson DeChambeau, who finished in a tie for 46th, still won $33,503.