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Kiwi Ryan Fox makes cut at The Masters

Kiwi Ryan Fox had to battle tough conditions in the second round of the Masters, but is in the top 10 at one under PHOTO: GOLF CHANNEL

New Zealand's Ryan Fox has made the cut at The Masters in Augusta on just his second attempt in blustery conditions.

Fox sits tied for eighth at the midway point of the first golf major of the year and was just a couple of shots off the lead after his front-nine, which included eight pars and one birdie on the par-five eighth.

However, his back-nine saw him hit three bogeys at the 11th, 12th and 14th holes for a two-over 74 to be one-over overall, making the cut by five strokes.

The 37-year-old struggled to hit the greens in the later stages of his round as windy conditions became tougher.

Fox is not far off the leaders, trailing Americans Scottie Scheffler, LIV golfer Bryson DeChambeau and Max Homa, all on six-under, by five.

Meanwhile, Tiger Woods has made the cut at the Masters for the 24th consecutive time.

He carded an even-par 72 to go with his first round 73 to leave him one-over for the tournament, with the cut at six-over. Phil Mickelson, a three-time Masters champion now on the LIV Tour, also made the cut at four-over.


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