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sport news Jon Rahm, Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson and Wyndham Clark among stars to miss cut ... trends now

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A historically low cut line led to early exits for some of golf's biggest names at the PGA Championship on Friday.

Jon Rahm's run of 18 straight made cuts in majors ended when he posted a one-over 72 during the second round at soggy Valhalla on Friday that left him at even par, one shot outside the projected cutline of one-under.

That will be the lowest-ever at the PGA and just the third time in major championship history the cut was in red figures.

Rahm hadn't missed a weekend at a major since the 2019 PGA. In the interim, he's captured a pair of of them - the 2021 U.S. Open and the 2023 Masters - while stamping himself as one of the best players in the world.

But his form has dropped off a cliff since he made a $500million switch to LIV Golf in December. He finished a distant 45th at Augusta National, when he failed to break par in any round.

Jon Rahm's run of 18 straight made cuts in majors ended at the PGA Championship on Friday

Jon Rahm's run of 18 straight made cuts in majors ended at the PGA Championship on Friday

Phil Mickelson couldn't improve on his poor first round and will be leaving Kentucky, too

Phil Mickelson couldn't improve on his poor first round and will be leaving Kentucky, too

Ludvig Aberg, who was briefly tied with world No. 1 Scottie

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