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Topic - Andy Mcfee
It's the first time the world's top two players missed a cut in the same tournament since McIlroy and Luke Donald at the 2012 U.S. Open.
Already embarrassed by taking four shots in a greenside bunker during the Scottish Open, Ernie Els' day almost became a whole lot worse when the South African was reported by an eagle-eyed TV viewer for a possible rules breach during the incident.
John Daly walked off the course during the second round of the Austrian Open on Friday after a dispute with officials over a ball drop and two-shot penalty.
That lucky coin Ian Poulter uses to mark his ball was anything but that in the Dubai World Championship.
McFee said the rule was clear and that Woods never challenged him on it after the round.
"An embedded ball relief is through the green but in ground other than sand," McFee said. "I talked to him when he came off the 11th tee because I couldn't be sure about a two-stroke penalty until we got into the recording area. I don't know the exact spot where he was. I know the area. I would need Tiger to come out and have a look, and he was happy it was in sand."