Graeme McDowell will play over the weekend though
Ireland's Padraig Harrington and Seamus Power have both missed the cut at the Honda Classic at PGA National in Florida.
Harrington, winner here in 2015, posted a three-over second round total to bring him out to five-over for the tournament. He posted five bogies and two birdies on his way to a disappointing finish.
A poor back nine cost Seamus Power his weekend's participation after posting two bogies and a double-bogey on the homeward stretch.
A double-bogey at the 15th hole on the infamous "bear trap" stretch ultimately sealed his fate as he was unable to pull back the one shot he needed to make the cut.
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A solid round of three-under was enough for Graeme McDowell to make the cut by one. The Northern Irishman posted three birdies and a single bogey to sign for a second round 67 - five shots better then his first round score.
The lead is currently held by Ryan Palmer and Wesley Bryan on nine under par with Rickie Fowler a further shot back.
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Other notable scores sees Martin Kaymer on five-under with Zach Johnson and Adam Scott on three-under.