Fact: Tiger Woods has a new penchant for inconsistency. Missing a cut is a rare occurrence for Woods, and it's always news when it does happen. It seemed like a big deal when he missed the cut at the Wells Fargo Championship in May. Then he bounced back with victories at the Memorial and last week's AT&T National.
Woods missed another cut early Friday evening, when the storm-delayed second round of the Greenbrier Classic finally concluded. Woods shot 69, 1 under par, after an opening 71 and missed the cut by one shot.
Fact: Missed cuts are so rare for Woods that it's been seven years since he last missed two in one PGA Tour season. The last time it happened was in 2005, when he didn't play on the weekend at either the EDS Byron Nelson Classic or the Funai Classic at Walt Disney World Resort.