CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — The Latest on the PGA Championship (all times local):
Instead of making up ground in the PGA Championship, Bernd Wiesberger missed the cut for the first time in a year.
Wiesberger was on the cut line of 5-over par when he returned to complete the rain-delayed second round at Quail Hollow. He had three holes to play, including the two easiest holes on the front nine. But he missed a 7-foot birdie on No. 7, failed to birdie No. 8 with a wedge in his hand and then fell out of the top 70 and ties by three-putting for bogey on the ninth hole. He shot 75 and finished at 6-over 148.
That ended his streak of 28 consecutive cuts made dating to last year’s PGA Championship.
Adam Scott, meanwhile, was spared a missed cut. If Wiesberger had gone to 4 over, Scott not only would have missed the cut, his PGA Tour season would have been over. Scott…