As has been the case at each of the last three major championships, Tiger Woods leads the list of notable players to miss the cut.
The 14-time major champion and now 278th ranked player in the world failed to shave any strokes through his final five holes of the second round Saturday morning and finished at 4-over par, two strokes outside the cutline.
Woods has four missed cuts in the last five major championships, the same number of cuts he missed in majors between 1995 and 2013. He has entered the upcoming Wyndham Championship but said he will take the next few days to decide if he’ll compete with hopes of making the FedEx Cup Playoffs.
Among the other notable players to finish outside the 2-over par cutline at Whistling Straits: British Open champion Zach Johnson (75-72), WGC-Bridgestone Invitational champion Shane Lowry (78-69), Adam Scott (76-75), Marc Leishman (79-68), Jimmy Walker (75-73), Graeme McDowell (73-76), Ian Poulter (75-75), Miguel Angel Jimenez (76-74), Matt Every (74-80), John Daly (73-82), Padraig Harrington (76-71) and Kevin Na (74-74).