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Harrington misses cut in Memphis

(US unless stated)
-10 B Gay -9 R Allenby (Aus) -8 B Molder, V Taylor -7 W Austin, G Boros, D Toms
Selected others:-3 G McDowell (Ire), -2 P Mickelson Level J Daly +3 S Garcia (Sp) +4 P Harrington (Ire)

Phil Mickelson and Padraig Harrington at the St Jude Classic in Memphis
Harrington and Mickelson endured contrasting fortunes in round two

Padraig Harrington and Sergio Garcia's US Open preparations suffered a blow as they missed the cut at the storm-delayed St Jude Classic in Memphis.

Ireland's Harrington ended his second round on Saturday but two bogeys in his last three holes took him to four over, while Spaniard Garcia was three over.

American Brian Gay hit a second-round 66 to take the clubhouse lead at 10 under and ensure the cut came at level.

Robert Allenby finished off with a 64 and starts round three one shot back.

Richard Johnson of Wales undid his opening 67 with a second-round 77 to also bow out, while Sweden's Henrik Stenson also crashed out after shooting a 75 to finish at eight over par for the week.


America's Phil Mickelson, playing in his first tournament since his wife Amy was diagnosed with breast cancer, shot a level-par 70 but made the cut comfortably at two under par.

The second major of the year, the US Open, takes place at the notoriously tough Bethpage Black next week.

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