8 surprising players who missed the cut at the PGA Championship

Burns managed to stay composed on Thursday, shooting a 74 in challenging conditions, but Friday was a complete disaster. The world's 14th-ranked golfer failed to break 80 in Round 2

What went wrong:

Sam Burns

and dropped off the leaderboard, missing the cut at the PGA Championship for the first time in his career. He also made two triples, a double, and four bogeys.

Im struggled to make any progress on Thursday, shooting a 10-over 80 in Round 1 without recording a birdie. After his performance the day before, he recovered with a 73 on Friday, but he had little chance of making the weekend.

What went wrong:

Sungjae Im

This week, Gooch just couldn't get it going. Even though he only made one significant stroke, the bogeys accumulated up and prevented him from recording a high score.

What went wrong:

Talor Gooch

Expectations were high for the second major of the year after a run of dominance on the LIV Golf tour. However, after two unimpressive rounds at Oak Hill, he's leaving early.

At Oak Hill, Young just could not afford a putt. Despite having excellent ball striking, he finished last in the field in SG: Putting.

What went wrong:

Cameron Young

Young came into this week as a popular choice after finishing T3 at the PGA last year. But if you can't locate the cup's bottom, it's difficult to compete.

The last winner of the U.S. Open had a difficult week. Only three birdies in two days were all he could manage because his game was terrible in every way.

What went wrong:

Gary Woodland

According to Data Golf, he was in last place in three of the four major strokes gained categories, which is no way to compete at a major.

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