PGA Championship: Kaymer and Cejka before the end

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Martin Kaymer practically missed the cut at the PGA Championship in the Southern Hills Country Club in Tulsa after a moderate second round.

The former world ranking list from Mettmann needed 77 strokes on Friday. After his 76 round at the start, the 37-year-old, who had started one of the first, was in the meantime on a divided 149th place.

Only the best 70 golfers at half -time create the cut. The Munich Alex Cejka played a weak 79 round with nine bogies after his solid 72 on the Par-70 course on the Par-70 course. He also had no real chance of qualifying for the weekend either.

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