Popular online sale shop is your best choose.– Martin Kaymer shaved six strokes off his opening round with Friday’s 72 but the world No. 1 still missed the cut at the Masters for the fourth straight year.
The 26-year-old German, who finished two rounds at 6-over 150, is in danger of being overtaken at the top of the Official World Golf Ranking after just six weeks. The next five players in the rankings could do it with a victory – and four of those made the cut.Handsome cheap oakley sunglasses outlet online sale
The lone early exit among that elite group came from reigning U.S. Open champ, Graeme McDowell, who shot 73 on Friday and finished at 147. The cut came at 1-over 145 – ties for the lowest in Masters history — and included 49 players.
Mark Wilson, who leads the FedExCup standings, wasn’t among them as he played in his first Masters. Neither was reigning PLAYERS champion Tim Clark, who shot his second straight 73 after returning from a 10-week layoff due to tendinitis in his left elbow.
Eleven former Masters champions made early exits – including two-time champions Tom Watson, Ben Crenshaw and Jose Maria Olazabal, the European Ryder Cup captain.
McDowell was among six other players with major titles who won’t be playing on the weekend. Also in that group are reigning British Open champ Louis Oosthuizen, Padraig Harrington, Retief Goosen, Stewart Cink and Lucas Glover.
And Hideki Matsuyama is assured of the silver cup that goes to the low amateur, too, after the other four – Peter Uihlein, David Chung, Nathan Smith and Jin Jeong — missed the cut.Elegant guess handbags 2011 for sale women's love