As mentioned, Tiger Woods was +5 after two rounds and the with the cut set at +4 that is bad news for Eldrick-he missed the cut.
The world's No. 1 player missed the cut Friday at the British Open, shooting a 4-over 74 at Turnberry that had him headed back home to Florida on the same day that 59-year-old Tom Watson tied for the 36-hole lead.
It is the first time Woods has missed a cut since the 2006 U.S. Open at Winged Foot, where he was playing for the first time since the death of his father, Earl, in May of that year.
Depending on how you view the numbers, it was either the fifth or sixth missed cut of Woods' PGA Tour career. Tiger has failed to capture a golf major title this year and will have only one opportunity after the British Open to win one with the upcoming PGA championship at Hazeltine Golf Club in Minnesota in August.
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