Tiger Woods to make record 24th consecutive Masters cut after playing 23 holes Friday

Tiger Woods, the five-time Masters champion, shot a second-round even-par 72 at Augusta National on Friday, making a record 24th consecutive cut at the Masters.
Woods finished at 1-over-par for the first two rounds, putting him in a tie for 27th at the end of his round. The top 50, plus ties, will make the cut.
Woods surpassed Fred Couples and Gary Player by making a 24th consecutive cut.

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Woods, 48, had to play 23 holes on Friday after his first round was suspended Thursday through 13 holes due to darkness, Woods completed it early…

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