The first two days of the 2015 Masters have been dominated by Jordan Spieth. With only 1 bogey in 36 holes, Spieth has broken the 36 hole record of 131, previously held by Raymond Floyd and Tiger Woods.

His impressive form continued on day 2, carding 6 birdies and no bogies. The slower greens may be helping him this week, but never the less this is an amazing opening 2 days. 

I really admire Spieth's attitude and approach to the game, he doesn't give too much away yet knows he is world class and has the potential to win. Something a lot of young players can learn from. 

Tiger Woods showed us all how hard he has been working, putting in a positive second day performance and ending 3-under-par to finish -2 for the tournament. It seems like his chipping problems are a long way behind him. 

Charlie Hoffman kept some pressure on Spieth but his second round 4-under-par leaves him 5 back going into Saturay. 

World No1 Rory McIlroy struggled to find his form making 3 bogies and a double on his front 9, leaving him dangerously close to the cut mark. The pre-tournament favourite battled back finishing one-under-par and -2 for the week. The world No1 made an inconsistent 4 bogies, 1 double bogey, 5 birdies and 1 eagle to finish 12 shots off the lead. 

Henrik Stenson was left equally annoyed with his Day 2 performance and ended with one less club when he snapped one of his irons over his knee at 15 in frustration.  

Dustin Johnson put in a solid second day performace, the big hitter  opened with a double at the first but went on to make Eagles at 2, 8 and 15 on his way to an impressive 5-under-par 67. 

With a 5 shot lead Jordan Spieth will have to hold his nerve over the weekend to take home the green jacket, but that is something he is more than capable of doing. 

Records have been set already this week with Dustin Johnson becoming the only player to have made 3 eagles in one round, and Jordan Spieth posting the lowest 36 hole score in Masters history. Who knows what else this week has to offer!