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Tiger Woods makes history at Augusta


Tiger Woods secures a record 24th consecutive cut at Augusta National while American golfers Scottie Scheffler, Bryson DeChambeau, and Max Homa lead at the Masters.

The trio, along with several others, share the lead at six under par after the second round. Notably, Woods, despite a challenging day, made history by extending his streak of making the cut to 24 consecutive appearances at the Masters.

Meanwhile, Rory McIlroy and Jon Rahm faced difficulties, with McIlroy slipping to four over par and Rahm barely making the cut at five over par. However, veterans like Vijay Singh, at 61 years old, managed to secure a spot for the weekend.

The tournament witnessed tough conditions with gusting winds affecting play and leading to slow rounds. Despite the challenges, players like Scheffler and DeChambeau remain optimistic about their chances heading into the weekend, emphasizing the unpredictable nature of the game.