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Masters 2019: Tiger Woods nearly gets taken down by a sliding Augusta National security guard

Tiger Woods cops accidental slide tackle after miracle shot at US Masters

After he hit his approach shot from the wet rough, a security guard ran over to help control the crowd but instead slid into the player's ankle.

That left him just shy of the biggest co-leader pack ever after 36 holes at the Masters, the five one more than in 2017 and 1973 - each time the eventual victor coming from the top foursome.

A stunning eagle launched Australian Adam Scott past countryman Jason Day into the outright lead at the Masters, before a three-putt on the next hole brought him back as rain lashed a weather-interrupted second round.

Woods was tied with Dustin Johnson, another major champion and world No. 1, along with Xander Schauffele and Masters newcomer Justin Harding of South Africa. "I'm like, 'It's 10 off the lead and 60 right?' He goes, 'No, it's 50.' And I'm like, 'Well, good thing I probably didn't know that"'.

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Sunday with what would be a fifth Green Jacket after he surged into contention on Friday behind a brilliant four-under 68.

"I thought it was 60 and ties and Michael told me - because I've never been anywhere near it - so Michael told me on 15 or 16, " Spieth said.

Koepka fired a 71 despite a double-bogey disaster at the par-5 second hole, birdies at 15 and 18 salvaging a sub-par round.

He just couldn't take the next step - one more birdie on a back nine filled with so many chances - to join the largest 36-hole logjam in Masters history. No one who has covered the Masters for years can remember anything quite like this happening.

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"But we're going to have a great day, I love his caddy Woody".

Day said he had his chiropractor working tirelessly on his back on Thursday night and Friday morning to get him ready to play through the injury.

He poured in his birdie putt to jump to 5-under for the tournament. And now he goes into the weekend one shot behind, the closest he has been to a lead going into the weekend at a major since the 2013 British Open at Muirfield.

"Accidents happen, we move on", Woods said of the incident, confirming he suffered no major damage from the guard's boot.

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Scott then knocked in the eagle putt to move to eight under par.

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