Tiger Woods Missed Cut at Quail Hallow
Popular golf player Tiger Woods missed the cut in the ongoing Quail Hollow Championship in Charlotte, North Carolina.
Asked about his early demise in the game Woods said, “It is what it is. Whatever it is, it wasn’t good enough.”
This is the sixth time in his 241 professional starts that he missed a cut. The previous five were the 1997 Canadian Open, the 2005 Byron Nelson Championship, the 2005 Funai Championship, the 2006 U.S. Open and the 2009 British Open. He still holds the record for most consecutive cuts, which is at 142. That occurred from 1998 to 2005.
He missed the cut by eight shots Friday, April 30. It is his second professional game since his self-imposed leave following his marital affair scandal.
He tied for fourth place in the recently concluded US Masters three weeks ago that was won by Phil Mickelson, who is currently tied at third place in Quail Hallow. Leading the pack is Billy Mayfair and coming in at second is 2009 US Masters Champion Angel Cabrera.