Tony Venao tied for second place in Memorial after a double nine-back problems

Tony Venao tied for second place in Memorial after a double nine-back problems
After getting at least a share of the lead during the first two rounds of the memorial tournament in Dublin, Ohio, Tony Venao of Utah finds himself in a second-place tie for the final round on Sunday after he faced troubles in his nine back on Saturday in Moorfield Village GC.

Finau was passed by Spaniard Jon Rahm, who fired 4 under less than 68, the best result of the day, jumping to the lead at 12 below level 204.

Venao, a Salt Lake City resident who lives in Leahy, started well with a bird number 4, followed by birds at the ages of 10 and 11 to reach the age of 12 under today. However, he made a double buggy at number 12 when he missed green on par-3 and then three throws. Ghost added in No. 14 when it was hit in the water.

He recovered with a bird at number 15, but he made his second double-a-day charge at number 17 when he struck his career into thick roughness and barely developed his second shot. He then hit a back bunker and took three more to descend.

Finau tied with Ryan Palmer, who shared the lead after 36 holes. They are two points ahead of former Masters champion Danny Willett and three points ahead of Henrik Norlander and Jason Day.

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