Filipino golfer Miguel Tabuena crashed out of medal contention at the Rio Olympics after netting a four-over par 75 on Friday.
Tabuena, who was bothered by a bum right shoulder, bogeyed the opening par-5 hole and had difficulties recovering the rest of the way in the second round.
His outing on Friday left him in a share of 54th place.
"I played with what I had," he said in Spin.ph. "(The pain) started on Thursday morning for some reason, it's not that painful but it's bad enough to make me think about it instead of my golf game."
"If this was not the Olympics and if I wasn't playing with the flag on my shirt, I would've pulled out already last night pa."
But Tabuena hopes he can still pull off a miracle in the third round.
"We have two more days but anything can happen," said the Philippine Open champion. "Hopefully, I can go out (and shoot low) tomorrow, that's the only chance we can get a medal.
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