Play was suspended on Friday at the Masters due to darkness, meaning Abbotsford’s Adam Hadwin will have to complete his second round tomorrow. (@Masters Twitter photo)

Play was suspended on Friday at the Masters due to darkness, meaning Abbotsford’s Adam Hadwin will have to complete his second round tomorrow. (@Masters Twitter photo)

Abbotsford golfers Taylor, Hadwin await Masters round two results

Hadwin yet to complete second round, Taylor finishes first two days at even par

Day two at the Masters Tournament is in the books, with Abbotsford golfers Nick Taylor and Adam Hadwin still in the mix for the event’s final two days.

Taylor completed a second straight day of shooting even par (72). His Friday was highlighted by three birdies, he achieved that score on holes nine, 11 and 13. Taylor also had three birdies on Thursday, making the score on holes 1, 8 and 15.

He is currently tied for 50th, and will need some help to ensure he makes the cut and continue play in rounds three and four on Saturday and Sunday.

Hadwin entered Friday shooting a +2 (74) on Thursday and had shot even par through 13 holes on Friday before play was suspended due to darkness. He will complete his second round on Saturday morning.

He is currently tied for 69th, and will need good results on the remainder of his second round to make the cut.

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