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Tiger Woods almost missed the cut for the first time at The MemorialThe current world No 1 returned a 72 riddled with inconsistency, and playing partner Woods kept his record of never missing the cut at Muirfield Village intact, although he had an anxious wait to see if he would be around for the weekend after he stumbled to a 76 which saw him slide to three over.But DeChambeau will have an unscheduled weekend off following an astonishing meltdown at the par five 15th, where he pulled his drive into water, blazed two shots out of bounds, almost sent a third off the property, argued with two tournament officials before eventually holing out for a quintuple bogey 10.Bryson DeShambles! See how DeChambeau ran up a remarkable quintuple bogey 10 at the 15th on day two .DeChambeau’s power hitting on social media prompted Finau to enter the “ball speed battle” on Instagram, but he proved he had the brain to compliment the brawn as he recovered from a shaky start to his second round to break 70 for the second day running.Finau started at 10 and bogeyed two of his first three holes, but the overnight leader repaired the damage with birdies at 15 and 17 and, following a steady run of pars, he picked up three shots over his last five to close on nine under alongside Palmer, who was already in the clubhouse having signed for a five birdie 68.Finau bounced back from a shaky start to card a 69″I was really happy with the way I finished,” said Finau, who is making his 112th PGA Tour start since his first, and only victory. “Not the ideal start, but I knew I couldn’t look back after 12, just keep on plugging along and try to hit good shot after good shot, and was able to execute a lot better after that.”He also admitted to being inspired by DeChambeau’s immense distance in recent weeks, adding: “In the middle last week, my coach Boyd Summerhays and I decided to crank some up a little bit after being inspired by Bryson, seeing how straight he was hitting it and how hard.”So I decided to crank it up and work on hitting a really hard fade. I’ve let a few go so far this week, and it’s been pretty fun for me to kind of reach back more so than I have in the past and kind of open up and hit some.”Jon Rahm could topple Rory McIlroy as world No 1 this weekRahm rolled in his sixth birdie putt of the day on his final hole, just moments after his lone dropped shot, to cap a 67 which earned him outright second on eight under, with US Open champion Gary Woodland two strokes further back after a 70 which featured six birdies but four bogeys.Also See: Third round tee times Latest leaderboard Woods struggles for movement Golf live on Sky SportsBut the cut moved to three over late in the day, which was good news for Woods and former world No 1 Brooks Koepka, who double bogeyed his final hole for a 75, while Xander Schauffele and 2018 Masters champion Patrick Reed were also among the lucky pros on +3..