US golfer Tiger Woods walks to the 18th green during the second round of the British Open golf Championships at Royal Portrush golf club in Northern Ireland on July 19, 2019.
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Tiger Woods will take time off to rest and recuperate after a difficult two days at the British Open left him with little chance of making the cut at Royal Portrush.Despite shooting a one-under-par round Friday, the 15-time major champion was made to pay for a disastrous first round of 78 to finish on six over, still five shots off the projected cut. A three-time Open champion, Woods missed the cut for only the third time in his 21 appearances. Following his stunning Masters triumph in April to win his first major in 11 years, Woods also missed the cut at the PGA Championship and tied for 21st at the U.S. Open last month.
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