A gander at the absolute greatest names who played Thursday and Friday yet won’t see the end of the week
The distinction between playing into the end of the week at a significant title and watching from home can be chosen by a unintentional flick of the putter, as Rickie Fowler learned in horrendous firsthand design Friday.
Fowler missed the cut at the 2020 PGA Championship by a solitary stroke on Friday and he has just himself to fault after a blunder on No. 6 that prompted him simply passing up an end of the week tee time, snapping an individual dash of 14 successive cuts made at majors.
He’s perhaps the greatest star to not be playing into the end of the week at TPC Harding Park for the solitary significant title of the 2019-20 season, however he is absolutely not the only one.
Actually, he’s one of 12 golf players inside the best 50 of the Official World Golf Rankings – among them Tyrrell Hatton, Marc Leishman and Matt Kuchar – to have missed the cut line at 1-more than 141.
The hacking square was similarly horrible to various previous PGA Championship victors. While Justin Thomas, Brooks Koepka, Rory McIlroy and Phil Mickelson will appreciate a couple of more adjusts under the radiant skies of California, previous heroes Jimmy Walker, Jason Dufner, Keegan Bradley, Martin Kaymer, Davis Love III, Shaun Michael and Rich Beem additionally missed the cut.
Of the previous victors, Kaymer’s is maybe generally stunning subsequent to beginning his round Friday at T3. He terminated a 12-over standard 82 on Friday.
Here’s a gander at a portion of the other huge names on visit who join Fowler uninvolved, and their individual scores.
2020 PGA Championship outstanding missed cuts
- Marc Leishman, Henrik Stenson, Christiaan Bezuidenhout: 142
- Tyrrell Hatton, Kevin Na, Tom Lewis, Matt Kuchar: 143
- Sungjae Im, Matthew Fitzpatrick: 144
- Sergio Garcia: 146
- Danny Willett: 147
- Martin Kaymer: 148
- Davis Love III: 149
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