Tiger Woods Discusses Setting Masters Record with 24th Consecutive Cut, His Health, and More


Tiger Woods Discusses Setting Masters Record with 24th Consecutive Cut, His Health, and More

Tiger Woods has successfully competed in the Masters for the 24th time in a row, making him the only golfer to achieve this milestone. After the second round, Woods is currently tied for 25th place with a +1 score, as Bryson DeChambeau and Scottie Scheffler lead at -7. Despite this, Woods remains optimistic about his chances moving forward into the weekend.

Following completion of his round on Friday, Wood admitted that he faced challenges but feels confident heading into Saturday. He acknowledged the difficulty of competing this year due to extreme weather conditions at Augusta National, where wind gusts reached up to 35 mph. The unpredictable wind has presented a significant challenge for Woods and his fellow competitors during the tournament.

During Friday’s competition, Woods achieved a remarkable feat by becoming the first player in 88 years of the Masters to make 24 straight cuts. Reflecting on this achievement, Woods expressed gratitude for being able to compete at such a historic event for so many years. Having won the Masters Tournament five times in the past, Woods is aiming for a strong performance on Saturday as he seeks to secure a sixth victory.

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