Kiwi golfer Ryan Fox has rallied to make the cut at the Scottish Open in Aberdeen, carding a second round score of -2 to sit tied for 40th heading into tomorrow's third day.
Ryan Fox of New Zealand reacts to a putt on the 18th green during the final round of the Irish Open at Ballyliffin Golf Club.
Beginning his second round after his -3 on the opening day, Fox started brightly with back-to-back birdies on the first and second holes, before a bogey on the fourth saw the Kiwi lose ground on the leaders.
Another birdie on the eighth meant Fox finished his front nine with a score of -2.
Beginning the back nine though, Fox was under pressure straight away, with a bogey on the 10th, before saving face with another birdie on the 16th to finish at -2 for the second round.
The second round sees Fox at -5 for the tournament so far, making the cut by two shots.
Fox trails leader Robert Rock by eight shots going forward into the rest of the tournament.
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