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Tiger Woods on missing cut at PGA Championship: 'Just didn't quite have it'

FARMINGDALE, N.Y. - Late Friday afternoon, just as the ominous gray clouds lifted over the PGA Championship, the last vestiges of Masters magic burned away.

Tiger Woods missed the cut.

He didn't miss by much - one stroke over 36 holes - but the reality landed with a thud, considering the uplifting effect of his stirring victory at Augusta National a month before. He looked closer to his age Friday,

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