Cameron Davis is so good at golf he can hit the ball left-handed better than you can hit it right-handed. If you don’t believe us, scroll down. The 29-year-old Sydney native is so good at golf that he has no idea what bad golf looks like. He was probably in nappies the last time a par earned him three points in stableford.

So he has absolutely no clue what a high handicapper would have shot around Augusta National from the tournament tees with winds blowing at 30-40 km/h. And he had zero interest in the question after his second round at the 88th Masters, where he was in contention after two rounds.

“I’m not getting involved in that,” Davis said, laughing. “It’s hard out there. We’re finding it very difficult to shoot even-par. The thing about this place is there is a lot of room. The greens, they’re big, and they’re slopey. It’s all a matter of being in position. If you have a way of getting in the right distances off the tees, into the greens, you can still shoot good scores out here. But the way it is right now, probably be a tough ask.”

Although Davis did provide some insight into the margins at Augusta National for high markers.

“On a good day, the difference between shooting 90 and 110 is very small out here,” he said.

It came after Davis teed off just after 8am for his second round, in a section of the draw unaffected by the weather delays that forced several groups to finish their first rounds Friday morning. Davis scrapped for even-par 72, allowing him to remain three under par. When Davis finished his round, he was just four shots behind leader Bryson DeChambeau, who was seven under through 12 holes.

“I feel like I put in my hard work,” Davis said afterward. “I’m happy to put my feet up this afternoon.”

Davis made a double bogey at the par-4 seventh and bogeys at the ninth and 13th. He made four birdies.

“It’s a good test out there right now,” he said. “I feel like pars are good scores. There are a few opportunities, if you do hit some good tee shots and good approaches into some of the slopes, that can help you out. I had a couple of stumbles, but I felt like I battled well and made some nice putts to keep the momentum.”

Davis was the top Australian midway through Friday’s second round, with Cameron Smith three shots back through seven holes.