Lose to the final weekend of British Open, with Woods, Mickelson and McIlroy to succumb to

Joost Luiten has set Friday to be assured of participating in the final weekend of the British Open. The 33-year-old South Holland pulled out of the cut with a strong second round. Former winners such as Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson and Rory McIlroy were there to do so.

Luiten went on Friday, the tower at the Royal Portrush Golf Course, round in 69 strokes, (2) under the baangemiddelde. He made four birdies and two bogeys.

The netherlands ‘ best player took this a much better rate than on Thursday, when he got a good round of verkwanselde with a triple-bogey on the seventeenth hole, and it came out to a score of 73 strokes (+2).

Lutes with a total score of 142 strokes (to par) just above the line. The league table after two rounds, led by the American J. B. Holmes, and of the Irishman Shane Lowry. They had 134 strokes (-8) to make their rounds.

Lose found out that he was on Friday, less well-played than on Thursday. “You know, I do have better things to do scores,” he says on his web site. “I have a good geputt today, especially in the important moments.”

“In the end, I would still be a good fourth birdie on hole 17, through him, to be stiff to the flag to save it,” he continues. “It is a wonder how in heaven’s name the day before on the same hole with a triple bogey does.”

– Tiger Woods knew his sorry a first round of 78 (+5), not to worry. (Photo: Pro-Shots)

Woods, Mickelson and McIlroy will miss the cut

The former winners are Woods, Mickelson and McIlroy were in the final weekend not one of them. Woods did his miserable first round of 78 (+5), not to worry. He went round in 70 strokes (-1) and pulled out of the cut, this is not.

McIlroy had an even lower first-day (+8), and the Northern Irishman, who will be in the 2014 in the title, picked it up, was that, in spite of a round of 65 strokes (-6), not more than. Mickelson in 2013, the winner will be selected, two light-days (76, 74 pass), which Woods and Mickelson, for the first time in 83 majors, both with the cut, didn’t know to pick it up.

The 43-year-old Woods has won the British Open three times, dating back to his last victory, back again in 2006. Because of the pain in the back, which put him in the last few years, often in bother, he went not, to the best of his game.

“It’s very frustrating,” said Woods. “I like to be in this kind of tournaments to play in, the atmosphere, and the stress that it takes to make a major play. Unfortunately, I am not the most consistent to play as it was when I was 23. Things may have changed.”

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