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to shoot two strokes over par

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Cyna Rodriguez, who had hoped for a strong start coming off a stint in Korea, never got into contention with six birdies and a double bogey in the first 14 holes, stopping her run of mishaps with a birdie on the 16th to finish with a 77 for solo fifth.
Slattery (above) picked up shots at the third, fifth and the 10th, but slipped back to 10 under with a double bogey on the next hole.
Chadha's hopes soared after Joshi's double bogey on the penultimate hole, but the former carded a bogey on the final hole to shoot an even- par 72 and miss out on his maiden PGTI title.
Most of the damage was done on a disastrous opening nine where three consecutive double bogeys saw him go out in 43 at Muirfield Village.
Hs stood on four-under par through 14 holes while Scott, who last year became the first Australian to win the green jacket symbolic of Masters supremacy, found the water at the par-3 12th on the way to a double bogey that dropped him into a share of third alongside South Korean K.
During the second round Newell lost the lead on the first hole taking a double bogey but bounced back quickly with an eagle on the par 5 second hole.
Woods suffered through two bogeys on the front nine during Friday's second round, and even put up a double bogey on the 13 th, but four birdies throughout the round helped him stave off elimination.
SUSPENSION She actually birdied the downwind second - "it felt like an eagle" - but it came either side of a double bogey and she was by no means the worst.
Tom Watson shrugged off a horror double bogey start to salvage his faint hopes of staging another fairytale Turnberry triumph.
Leamington-born Jamie Elson also saw his chances evaporate on Saturday by following up a 70 and 73 with a 75, including a double bogey on the 16th, but the 31-year-old battled determinedly to card a 74 and end the event tied 36th.
Jackson slipped up at the tricky short 13th missing the green and finishing with a double bogey five and followed that up with back-toback bogeys, dropping four strokes in three holes on his way home in 37.
The Frenchman recovered from a double bogey on the par-four fourth to mix eight birdies with two bogeys in a round of 68.
Elsewhere it was something of a disappointing day as Cardiff's Bradley Dredge also had a double bogey in his two-over 74, while Bridgend's Rhys Davies carded a quadruple bogey eight at the par-four ninth in his six over par 78.
PHIL MICKELSON'S US Open was over before Rory McIlroy's final round had started at Congressional last night - and a closing double bogey said it all.
Franco and Cameron set the early pace in the morning and were later joined on one under par by Merriman and Briggs, who would have held the outright lead were it not for a double bogey on his last hole.