Tiger Woods Extends Masters Cut Streak to Record 24

Tiger Woods Extends Masters Cut Streak to Record 24

Tiger Woods, the legendary golfer, has made history once again at the Masters Tournament. Despite enduring numerous injuries and a devastating car accident, Woods has extended his record-breaking streak of consecutive cuts to 24.

On Friday, Woods faced a grueling day at Augusta National. He completed the final five holes of his opening round, which was delayed by storms, and then played another 18 holes. Despite the challenging conditions, Woods managed to shoot an even-par 72, ensuring his place in the weekend rounds.

Woods’ performance was particularly impressive considering his limited preparation. He has played just one less hole in the past three months than he did on Friday. However, Augusta National seems to bring out the best in him.

“I’m tired,” Woods admitted. “But Lance (Bennett, his caddie) and I really did some good fighting today, and we’ve got a chance.”

Woods’ determination and resilience were evident throughout the round. He made several clutch chips and putts to keep his score above the cut line. His accuracy off the tee was also impressive, hitting 25 of 28 fairways.

Despite facing a daunting deficit, Woods remains confident in his chances of winning the tournament. “I’m right there,” he said. “I don’t think anyone is going to run off and hide right now.”

Woods’ performance has inspired awe and admiration from fellow golfers. Stewart Hagestad, an amateur who missed the cut, said, “The guy has barely played at all in the last calendar year, and he’s 1 over. That’s alien stuff. That’s unbelievable.”

Max Homa, who is tied for the lead, was impressed by Woods’ composure on the 18th green when strong winds whipped up sand. “He’s standing there like a statue and then poured it right in the middle,” Homa said.

Woods’ record-breaking streak and his determination to win his sixth green jacket are a testament to his greatness. He remains a force to be reckoned with at Augusta National, and his presence in the weekend rounds is sure to add excitement to the tournament.

Arsenal Smash Sheffield United 6-0, Set Premier League Record

Arsenal Smash Sheffield United 6-0, Set Premier League Record

Arsenal’s relentless pursuit of the Premier League title continued with a record-breaking 6-0 demolition of Sheffield United on Monday. The Gunners became the first team in English top-flight history to win three consecutive away games by five or more goals.

Martin Odegaard opened the scoring in the fifth minute, followed by an own goal from Jayden Bogle. Gabriel Martinelli, Kai Havertz, and Declan Rice added to the tally before half-time, leaving the Blades shell-shocked. Ben White completed the rout in the second half.

Arsenal’s dominance was evident from the outset. Bukayo Saka rattled the crossbar early on, and Odegaard’s opener came from a cross that found him unmarked in the box. Saka’s assist for Bogle’s own goal showcased his skill and creativity.

Martinelli’s deflected effort forced Sheffield United manager Chris Wilder to make an early substitution, but it did little to stem the bleeding. Havertz, who has struggled to find his form since joining Arsenal, silenced his critics with a clinical finish. Rice then got in on the act, sweeping home Saka’s cross.

The second half saw Arsenal continue to dominate, with White adding the sixth goal from Havertz’s cut-back. Martinelli’s injury was the only blemish on an otherwise perfect night for the visitors.

Arsenal’s victory keeps them hot on the heels of Liverpool and Manchester City in the title race. They remain in third place, just two points behind Liverpool and one behind City. However, they have a game in hand and could go top with a win at home to Brentford on Saturday.

Sheffield United, on the other hand, remain rooted to the bottom of the table, 11 points adrift of safety. Their record of conceding five or more goals in three straight home matches is a testament to their struggles this season.

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