Try to remain calm, but Australian pair Adam Scott and Jason Day co-lead the Masters!

If you wanted entertainment, you’re getting plenty of it and then some at the 2019 Masters. And there’s still two more rounds to go.

Day 2 at Augusta National had an incredibly tough act to follow after an epic opening round, but it easily topped it thanks to Tiger Woods, who made a second-round charge that bared a striking resemblance to some Tiger charges of old. It began at the par-4 11th, where Woods made the only birdie the hole yielded all day. He followed that with a well-struck tee shot at the par-3 12th that stuck about eight feet past the hole, and it was game on.

But a weather delay robbed him of some momentum. After 30 minutes, he came back out and missed the birdie putt at 12, then made a par at the easy par-5 13th. When he snap-hooked his drive at 14, it seemed the energy had been completely sucked out of his round. But a heroic punch out and a slipping security guard flipped the momentum back in his favour, and Woods drained a long birdie putt at the 14th. He made one more long one at 15 and parred in for second-round 68, which puts him at six-under through 36 holes.

Woods is one behind five players who are tied for the lead at seven-under, a group that includes Day, who posted a five-under 67 a day after he re-aggravated a back injury while bending down to greet his daughter. He clearly felt better on Friday, as he made just one bogey and seven birdies to grab a share of the 36-hole lead for the second time in his Masters career. He last had a share in 2013, eventually finishing in solo third.

Also at seven-under are Louis Oosthuizen (66), Francesco Molinari (67), Scott (68) and Brooks Koepka (71). The low round of the day (and the week) belonged to Xander Schauffele, who fired a seven-under 65 to vault into a tie for second at six-under. Justin Harding (69) and Dustin Johnson (70) are also at six-under.

Neither Ian Poulter or Jon Rahm went low on Friday, but they each did some impressive grinding. At one point Poulter had made nine consecutive pars before holing back-to-back birdies at the 12th and 13th holes, eventually finishing with a one-under 71. Rahm, who began his round with two birdies on his first three holes, made 15 straight pars to close out a two-under 70. The duo is tied for 10th at five-under.

Phil Mickelson, Matt Kuchar, Charles Howell III and Patton Kizzire are tied for 12th at four-under. Bryson DeChambeau, who began the day tied for the lead, posted a three-over 75 to fall to three-under. He’s joined in a tie for16th by a group of six that includes Rickie Fowler and Justin Thomas. A bit further down the board you’ll find Jordan Spieth at one-under, while Rory McIlroy is at even par with both Marc Leishman and Cameron Smith.