Memorial Tournament: Justin Rose falls under nine while Martin Kaymer shares the lead

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Martin Kaymer won the 2010 US PGA Championship and 2014 US OpenMemorial Tournament second-round leaderboard-9 M Kaymer (Ger), K-H Lee (SK), T Merritt (US); -8 J Spieth (USA); -7 P Cantlay (US), B Cauley (US), R Fowler (US), E Grillo (Arg), A Scott (NZ) Other selected: -6 D Willett (Eng), – 6 J Rose (Eng); -4 H Stenson (Swe); -3 R Knox (Sco); -2 T Woods (USA); +1 L Donald (Eng); +2 R McIlroy (NI) Complete standings

The English Justin Rose shot a nine-under-63 when Martin Kaymer, the former number one, shared the second day at the Memorial Tournament in Ohio.

Kaymer from Germany, a double big winner, is nine for the tournament with the South Korean Lee Kyoung-hoon and the American Troy Merritt.

But the round of the day at Muirfield Village was from Rose, who had started the day three

He made two eagles and six birdies and is three of the lead.

Rose & # 39; s impressive round, two off the course record, including an eagle-birdie-eagle run on the fifth, sixth and seventh holes.

The 38-year-old, the Olympic champion and 2013 US Open winner, will start Saturday third round six-under, along with fellow countryman Danny Willett.

Tiger Woods is two under, one shot behind Scotland's Russell Knox, who started the day three ahead

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