Tiger misses cut at PGA Championship after 2nd-round 73
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Tiger Woods carded a 3-over 73 in Friday's second round at the PGA Championship to finish at 5-over for the tournament, missing the cut by one shot.

Woods entered the day at 2-over, where he stood after exchanging two birdies and two bogeys after nine holes. However, he bogeyed the first three holes on the back nine, which proved to be too big of a deficit for him to overcome. Tiger only hit three fairways during the second round.

He becomes the first player to follow a win with a missed cut at a major since Zach Johnson in 2015, according to The Action Network's Jason Sobel. It's his ninth missed cut as a professional at a major championship.

Tiger isn't the only notable to leave Bethpage Black earlier than expected. Two of the game's brightest young stars, Jon Rahm and Bryson DeChambeau, also join the group heading home.

Rahm was in solid position after carding an even-par opening round, but he followed it up with a 5-over performance Friday. He made five front-nine bogeys in Round 2 and failed to recover.

DeChambeau carded rounds of 72 and 74 to pack his bags early. After his first round, the 25-year-old called Bethpage Black's 7,400-yard setup "a mess up," indicating it wasn't a good championship test.

Sergio Garcia missed his seventh straight major cut, also finishing at 5-over along with Rahm, his Spanish counterpart. Masters champions Bubba Watson and Patrick Reed will also have their weeks cut short.

A total of 82 players will play the weekend with no secondary cut enforced at the PGA Championship.

Tiger misses cut at PGA Championship after 2nd-round 73
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