The PGA cut Scottie Scheffler but not Tiger Woods

Golf had had enough of Scottie Scheffler's recent merriment.

The 104th PGA Championship threw the Masters winner out with four bogeys and a double bogey in his final nine holes.

Scheffler, with four victories since Feb. 13, several spectacular finishes this season, and his No. 1 global ranking, was 1 over par Friday after nine pars on holes 10-18.

After Thursday's 1-over 71. He wasn't arguing or collapsing. Texan-like wind control.

Only at the turn did his scorecard turn ugly, as it does for everyone but Tiger Woods in the 2000s.

Scheffler bogeyed No. 1 from the rough, No. 2 from a green-side bunker, No. 5 with green issues, and No. 7 from the rough.

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