The answer is yes! Tiger Woods (real name Eldrick Tont Woods) has missed the U.S. Open cut. The legendary golfer has had 106 worldwide wins and 15 majors, since turning pro in 1996. This minor stumble will now make it only the fourth time he has missed the U.S. Open cut.
Woods has won the U.S. Open three times: in 2000, 2002, and 2008. He wasn’t alone in shocking us this year. Another golfing superstar: Phil Mickelson, also missed the cut and you don’t want to skip this trending article on that full story.
Who is Phil Mickelson? To aid you in learning more about these sporting giants, we have compiled the columns below. The two (Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson) were largely expected to make the U.S. Open cut.
Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson stats
|Name||Eldrick Tont Woods|
|DOB||December 30, 1975 (age 44)|
|PGA Tour||82 wins (T-1st all time)|
|European Tour||41 wins (3rd all time)|
|Japan Golf Tour||3 wins|
|Asian Tour||2 wins|
|PGA Tour of Australasia||3 wins|
|Name||Philip Alfred Mickelson|
|DOB||June 16, 1970 (age 50)|
|PGA Tour||44 wins (9th all time)|
|European Tour||10 wins|
|Asian Tour||1 win|
|Sunshine Tour||1 win|
|PGA Tour of Australasia||1 win|
|Challenge Tour||1 win|
|PGA Tour Champions||1 win|
With the kinda stats that Tiger Woods has Tiger Woods’ real name should have been Tiger, cause he sure is. We hope that he and Phil Mickelson get back up and return to form.
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