For the first time since the 2012 Greenbrier Classic, and for just the 10th time in his career, Tiger Woods missed the cut at a PGA Tour event.
Woods ended his second round at seven-over overall at the Quicken Loans National after a rough stretch of four straight bogeys on the back nine.
He did show some signs of life toward the middle of his round with birdies on the ninth and 10th holes, but once he turned over to the 11th, his round flatlined.
Woods was able to salvage his round a bit with a birdie on the 16th hole, which was sandwiched in between three pars on the final four holes.
In the end, his round just wasn't good enough, and he will watch the weekend rounds from home instead of sharpening his game in the build-up to The Open Championship.
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