Security worker almost takes out Tiger Woods at Masters

Security worker almost takes out Tiger Woods at Masters

So is almost taking out a four-time champion, which is what happened when an over-zealous security guard broke the no-running rule during the second round of the Masters.

Woods got himself out of trouble to eventually move within two shots of the lead but was nearly tripped up by a marshall, who slipped whilst trying to hold back the crowd as the video below shows.

Tiger Woods sent roars across Augusta National on Friday with a 4-under 68 in Round 2 of the Masters and sits one shot behind the leaders heading into the weekend.

Two holes after that, Woods got up and down for birdie at the par-5 15th, and then stuck his tee shot to 7 feet at the par-3 16th, which he also birdied.

Woods and the fans closest to him were following after the ball to see where it was going, when suddenly, a security guard ran over to hold the fans back, slipping on the wet ground and clipping Woods' ankle as he fell. The collision caused the oft-injured Woods to hop off in pain.

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"Accidents happen, we move on", he said.

"Other than having four knee surgeries and four back surgeries I'm great".

The four-time victor of the green jacket was just two shots back of lead after the impressive birdie.

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