May 23, 2022

Top Stars Miss Cut At 2022 Masters Tournament

Top stars and former major champions had a lot of struggles Thursday and Friday at Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta, Georgia. Some of the names on this list are extremely surprising starting with American and Tokyo Olympics gold medal winner Xander Schauffele who shot a 74 Thursday and 77 Friday.

World number 17, 18, and 19 ranked players Brooks Kopeka, Jordan Spieth, and Bryson DeChambeau all missed the cut as well. The trio of them have a combined 8 major wins under their belt with Spieth being the loan winner of the coveted green jacket back in 2015.

2000 Masters Champion, Vijay Singh, receiving his iconic green jacket. – Photo Credits – Augusta.com

Amongst former Masters Champions who also missed the cut are Zach Johnson 2007 champion, 62-year-old Freddie Couples who won his green jacket back in 1992, and Vijay Singh of Fiji who won his tournament in 2000.

Masters 3rd round coverage begins today and can be watched on multiple streaming platforms such as CBSsports.com, Masters.com, and the Paramount + app.

Further reading

The @memphisredbirds snap the losing streak today in a 10-4 win over Gwinnett. The Redbirds return to Autozone Park for a series with the Iowa Cubs starting Tuesday.

Headed to the top of the 8th with the Redbirds leading the Stripers 9-4.

These two teams will face each other a total of 27 times this regular season. The most of any on the Redbirds schedule. The Birds currently trail the season series 4-7.

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The St. Louis Cardinals have made the following transactions:

LHP Matthew Liberatore – optioned to Memphis (AAA)
RHP Angel Rondon – recalled from Taxi Squad

Redbirds love the long ball!! The @memphisredbirds have hit a Triple-A leading 65 HRs this season. They were the first in professional baseball to get to 50 doing so in 26 games. 42 of the 65 have come on the road. Six Redbirds have 5 or more HRs.

Bottom 7 Birds-9 Stripers- 3.

The @memphisredbirds lead the @GoStripers 9-3. After a solo homer in the 1st, the redbirds had a 3-run 3rd inning and 5 runs in the 5th to extend their lead.

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