Masters 2022 live updates: Sungjae Im maintains lead, Morikawa climbing leader board

Moving Day at Augusta National will be a particularly important one this year.

Forecasted, sustained winds Friday afternoon of 16 miles per hour—gusting up to 30 mph—could make conditions very, very difficult. 

The course should firm up as the day goes on and present quite the ball-striking examination—creating quite the imposition to make the cut for the afternoon wave.

That would include Tiger Woods, who did not disappoint on Thursday.

As he often does at Augusta National, he captivated the patrons at Augusta National with a gritty 1-under 71 to put him just four back of Sungjae Im’s lead.

Among the top players in the world Tiger edged on Thursday: Collin Morikawa, Justin Thomas, Brooks Koepka, Rory McIlroy, Viktor 

That was just one round, of course … and we heard the Masters doesn’t start until the back nine on Sunday anyways.