Tiger Woods makes cut at Masters, breaks all-time record with 24 consecutive cuts

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“It’s consistency, it’s longevity, and it’s an understanding of how to play this golf course,” Woods said Tuesday of the record. “Now, you still have to go out and execute it, but there’s a lot of knowledge that goes into understanding how to play (Augusta National). …That’s the neat thing about this. I can still go through the mental Rolodex and bring out a few putts from the ’90s that still move generally in that direction and the effect that Rae’s Creek has on certain shots and putts. And it means a lot.”

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