University of Michigan golfer Lion Kim failed to make the cut at the 2011 Masters, but he finished his stay in Augusta by shooting an even-par 72. That gave him a score of +4 for the tournament since he shot a 76 during Thursday's first round.
In the second round, Kim got off to a very steady start. He opened the round with a par and birdied the second hole. Following four consecutive pars, he bogeyed the seventh hole. Kim rebounded nicely by getting a birdie on the eighth hole and a par to close out the front nine.
On the back nine, Kim shot for par on eight consecutive holes. He was on his way to finishing one under for the second round, but a bogey on the 18th hole brought him back to even par for the round and four over for the tournament.
In total, Kim had five birdies, seven bogeys and one double bogey for the 2011 Masters. That's not too bad for his debut at Augusta.