The second round of the Masters Tournament, an overseas major tournament for men's golf, was held on the 8th, and Hideki Matsuyama increased his score by three to move up to 2nd place with a total of 3 unders. I went to the round.

Matsuyama, who will be participating in the Masters Tournament in Georgia, USA for the 11th time in a row for 9 years, entered the second round on the 8th with the aim of winning the fourth consecutive title in history.

Matsuyama, who started from 19th place on the even par, got off to a good start with the 2nd par 5 and 3rd par 4 in the first half as consecutive birdies.

After that, in the 6th par 3, the tee shot was put on the pin side 90 cm and the birdie was stolen.

However, in the latter half of the year, he suffered from a difficult course and the wind, and he was in a pinch many times.

Then, he succeeded in two-on with the 15th par 5 and stole the birdie, and on this day, Matsuyama increased the score by 3 with 4 birdies and 1 bogey, and 3 under in total, 2 alongside the other 3 players. It has risen to the top.

Scottie Scheffler of the United States, who has won 3 wins on the US tour and is ranked 1st in the world, has increased his score by 5 to a total of 8 under.

In addition, American Tiger Woods who recovered from the car accident advanced to the final round in 19th place with a total of 1 over.

In Japan, Takumi Kanaya had a total of 5 overs and amateur Keita Nakajima had a total of 7 overs, neither of which made it to the final round.