At the end of round two of the PGA Championship, Brentwood pro Johan Kok shot four-under-par but still missed the cut.
Kok stood out on day one of the PGA Championship for his 97-foot eagle putt on the par-five 10th hole.
After the opening round, Kok was seven-over-par, but during day two Kok shot a 67, one of the best scores of the day; however with a 78 on day one, Kok missed the cut.
Tiger Woods also missed the cut this year.
This marks just the fourth time Tiger has missed the cut at a major. He finished Friday shooting 74, three-over-par both days.
After day two Rory McIlroy is in the lead shooting nine-under-par. Round three begins Saturday at 11 a.m. on TNT.
- Aug. 7, 2014: Brentwood pro Johan Kok starts PGA Championship in style