Steve Stricker of Madison is tied for 41st going into today’s (Friday’s) second round of The Masters’ golf tournament at Augusta National. Stricker double bogeyed the first hole, and then bogeyed two of his next four before settling down to play at even par the rest of the way. He finished the round at plus three 75 on what he called “a tough, tough day” hampered by the expected strong winds. Charley Hoffman somehow mastered the conditions to go seven below par at 65 — and his four stroke lead is the largest for the first round of The Masters since 1955 when Jack Burke took the same advantage.