Sergio Garcia went on a popular charge at the Masters as the leaderboard became far more compact on a dramatic day two.
Charley Hoffman could not match his opening-round 65 and slipped back to four under for the tournament after a disappointing 75, and Garcia - despite being temporarily the subject of a scoreboard error - joined him after posting a three-under 69.
Later in the day it was the turn of Rickie Fowler and Thomas Pieters to turn on the style to make it a four-way tie at the top heading into the weekend, while a certain Jordan Spieth also surged back into contention.
Here's our round-up of day two via social media.
Ouch! It was a difficult day from the start for defending champion Danny Willett...
Fore right.pic.twitter.com/vov3RyJJk1-- PGA TOUR (@PGATOUR) April 7, 2017
But there was a popular Sergio charge to warm up the patrons' vocal chords.
Sergio broke out the fist pump early.-- PGA TOUR (@PGATOUR) April 7, 2017
A rare birdie at No. 1. pic.twitter.com/DhPYdbcojx
Rory McIlroy was doing his best to play himself into contention.
-- The European Tour (@EuropeanTour) April 7, 2017
There was plenty of confusion as a scoreboard error wrongly had Garcia scoring a seven at the 10th, but the mistake was quickly rectified.
There was a scoring-reporting error with Sergio Garcia. He made a bogey 5 on No. 10. The error is being corrected. #themasters-- Masters Tournament (@TheMasters) April 7, 2017
Meanwhile Fowler was doing this at the second during his charge up the leaderboard...
It was not just the young guns doing their thing at Augusta as Fred Couples once more delighted the Patrons.
This guy pic.twitter.com/eD9H3eqbu2-- The European Tour (@EuropeanTour) April 7, 2017
57 year old Freddie Couples still mixing it with young guns like Rahm, Fowler and Pieters to win the Masters..it's what sets our game apart?-- Nick Dougherty (@NickDougherty5) April 7, 2017
Willett was left to rue another difficult weekend as the defending champion bid a premature farewell.
Brutal day out there!! Need a bit of help to be around for the weekend!! Augusta playing as tough as I've ever seen it!! @TheMasters-- Danny Willett (@Danny_Willett) April 7, 2017
Phil Mickelson was doing Phil Mickelson things and Graeme McDowell could not even dream of following 'Lefty's' exploits.
Branden Grace has not had the best of tournament's thus far, but surely this is right up there as a contender for shot of the week.
Pieters has endured an up-and-down tournament, but the Belgian is right in contention again.
After 10 holes: Five under After 19 holes: One over After 36 holes: Four under pic.twitter.com/VtqBU7gppJ-- The European Tour (@EuropeanTour) April 7, 2017
But, perhaps ominously, this man is on the up...