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Horschel owns longest cut streak on PGA Tour

Billy Horschel
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HUMBLE, Texas – The longest cut streak on the PGA Tour doesn’t belong to Tiger Woods. It certainly doesn’t belong to Rory McIlroy. It doesn’t even partially belong to Ian Poulter anymore.

No, the player who has seen the most consecutive weekends isn’t a superstar. In fact, he’s never even won.

That said, Billy Horschel is starting to make a name for himself as one of the game’s most consistent players. His rounds of 68-72 at the Shell Houston Open easily put him inside the cut line for his 20th straight PGA Tour start, breaking a tie he previously shared with Poulter.

Horschel hasn’t missed a cut in 10 months, dating back to last year’s Byron Nelson Championship.

He hasn’t completely made those weekend appearances count, though, with only two top-10s during his streak.