Tiger Woods Makes History with 24th Consecutive Cut at the Masters

Tiger Woods sets record with 24th straight cut at 2024 Masters, showcasing his enduring excellence.

Tiger Woods’ 26th appearance at the 2024 Masters tournament became historic as he made his 24th cut, setting a new record for the most consecutive made cuts all-time.

Woods finished his second round with a 36-hole score of 1-over-par 145, comfortably inside the cut line projected at 4 over. The PGA Tour congratulated him on this achievement, highlighting his remarkable consistency at Augusta National over the years.

This achievement is particularly significant for Woods, who had to withdraw from the 2023 Masters due to a foot injury and more recently from the 2024 Genesis Invitational due to influenza.

Despite health challenges, Woods’ resilience shines as he makes history at Augusta National.

Despite facing health challenges, Woods has shown resilience, pushing through to continue competing at the highest level. In a press conference before the Masters, Woods mentioned dealing with daily aches and his preference for warm, humid weather, which he expected at Augusta.

His determination to compete, even while battling discomfort, underscores his passion for the game and his drive to succeed. Woods’ legacy at the Masters is already storied, with numerous records and wins under his belt.

His 24th consecutive cut is a testament to his skill, consistency, and perseverance, further solidifying his place as one of golf’s all-time greats.