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The Projected Cut At The PGA Championship Doesn't Bode Well For Tiger Woods

Tiger Woods didn't play well on the first hole.

FARMINGDALE, NEW YORK - MAY 16: Tiger Woods of the United States warms up on the practice range as caddie Joe Lacava looks on during the first round of the 2019 PGA Championship at the Bethpage Black course on May 16, 2019 in Farmingdale, New York. (Photo by Patrick Smith/Getty Images)

We've only got an hour or two left in the second round of the PGA Championship on Friday, and the projected cut is starting to become clear. Barring a number of golfers struggling down the stretch, it will sit at three-over par.

At the PGA Championship, the top 70 golfers make the weekend. There's still a chance it moves to four-over par. But right now, it's looking like three-over par will be the number.

Either way, at least at the moment, Tiger Woods would not be among the players playing this weekend. He's struggled Friday, and currently sits at five-over par. He'll need to play well the final few holes to have a chance.

Woods bogeyed the first three holes of his back nine to put himself outside the cut line.

Woods, who won The Masters a few weeks back, will likely not be following up that performance with another major win.

Brooks Koepka, through 12 holes, is the leader. He's nine-under par, three strokes clear of Adam Scott.

We'll keep you updated on the projected cut line.