US Masters: Woods creates the cut

The 46-year-old Californian played a 74er round on Friday (local time) at the traditional Major tournament and slipped with a total of 145 beats slightly on the divided 19th place.

Woods made six impact losses, but the 15-color Major winner but also managed four birdies. The former world ranking first had with his comeback announcement 14 months after his heavy car accident south of Los Angeles, as a result of him even feared the loss of his right leg, for an euphoriewella in the gulf world.

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The clear leadership on the Magnolia Lane took over US Landsmann Scottie Scheffler. The 25-year-old world ranking first played a 67-round round on the PAR-72 course of the Augusta National Golf Clubs, with a total of 136 strokes, five blows before a quartet of the previous year’s winner Hideki Matsuyama from Japan.

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Germany’s Golf-Idol Bernhard Langer, on the other hand, missed the cut and expired prematurely. The 64-year-old from the Swabian Anhausen fell four Bogeys and played only a 76 round. Thus, the Masters champion of 1985 and 1993 was 39. Start with a total of 152 beats on the 78th place. Only the best 50 and hit players qualified for the two rounds on the weekend.

“I have to put well here and have not well pulsed the last two days. That was the difference,” said Langer, who had struck the Master for the first time in 1982. Next year, the Routinian wants to compete for the 40th time: “I have that before, yes. In any case.”

I have to put well here and have not really pulsed the last two days. That was the difference.

Bernhard Langer

Thanks to its two Masters triumph, a lifelong start-up law at the major tournament in the US state of Georgia enjoys a long time. The Germans living in Boca Raton in Florida had set up a record two years ago as he managed the Cut as the oldest player of the tournament history.

Also this year long was the oldest player in the field of participants.

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