Lahiri close to make cut, as Woods misses it at Genesis Open

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It is mathematically impossible for Woods to be among the golfers making the cut.

"You're going to laugh at me when I tell you this, but it was actually a par I made on my first hole, " Durant said. "I missed every tee shot left and I did not putt well, didn't feel very good on the greens and consequently never made a run".

Starting on the back nine, Johnson began steady carding a birdie, but went on to pick up shots on the 3rd, 4th, 6th and 7th, and an eagle on the 1st.

A lost ball, some errant drives and some "really silly bogeys" added up to a one-over-par 72 for Tiger Woods in his return to Riviera Country club on Thursday.

Two more birdies and a bogey saw him make the turn at one-over, and he was even for the day after a birdie at the first. He bogeyed the 11th, 12th, 13th and 16th holes.

"I didn't really play that well", Woods said.

This is only the 17th time in his 23-year PGA Tour career as a professional and 18th time worldwide that Woods has failed to reach the weekend. A man who has barely played for three years, who has spent longer during that time flat on his back, unable to move, than he has on the practice range, coming straight back out at the age of 42 and competing again?

"I'm playing nicely right now". For the first time in PGA Tour playoff history, VP Of Rules Mark Russell decides to start a playoff before the completion of play.

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Let us leave any pronouncements on his game until he has got a lot more competitive golf under his belt than a mere six rounds.

Woods said he plans to remain at Riviera over the weekend to work on his game.

Graeme McDowell (GBR) playing a shot from the bunker on the 3rd green during the second round of the European Tour European Open golf tournament.

Second round co-leader Patrick Cantlay drained a birdie putt from just under 55 feet on the final hole to break out of a pack of players at 8-under. Saunders was a 3-under through 15 holes when play was suspended. "Like it's two shots a tournament he has to give to the field because of all that that goes on around him".

The 39-year-old American had five birdies, with a bogey at the par-4 15th hole the only blemish on his penultimate round. I did a lot of good things, everything's good. "But then nice eagle at the first and played much better on our second nine".

Finau shot an even-par 71, dropping into a tie for fifth.

Defending champion Dustin Johnson played his way back into the tournament with a 7-under 64 on Saturday, the low round of the tournament thus far.

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