Haas had an up-and-down round with four bogeys, two birdies and an eagle that left him with a 72 for the day and 1-under for the tournament. He eagled the par-4 ninth by chipping in from the fairway.
Henley’s first Masters ended with a frustrating 81. After an opening-round 72, Henley never found his game in the second round, carding three bogeys and a double bogey on the first six holes.
Johnson led the tournament at 7-under after a birdie on No. 17, but he was 6-over on the final five holes and declined to speak to the media after his round. He shot 76 and stands at 1-under for the tournament.
Glover finished his day early but had to wait until the final pairing had finished to learn he would make the cut. Jason Day’s 6-under left Glover, who finished Friday at 4-over for the tournament, one shot on the right side of the cut line.