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The WGA modifies its tournament cut policies

For years, the Western Golf Alliance has used a method to determine its tournament cut policies that was almost identical to the PGA Tour. However, after the universal confusion caused by Tiger Woods (photo) "missing the cut" at Torrey Pines despite playing on the weekend, the WGA chose to simplify its policies. More information


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The Western Golf Alliance alters its tournament cut formula to diverge from PGA Tour

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