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


“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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