Rickie Fowler And Jason Day Fail To Qualify For The Masters

Rickie Fowler and Jason Day are some of the most recognizable faces in the game of golf. However, after both missed the cut at the Valero Texas Open, neither will be teeing it up at the first Major of the year at Augusta National, with the pair failing to qualify for the Masters.

For Fowler, it is the second consecutive year that he has failed to qualify for the Major, with his poor form continuing as he missed his fifth cut of the season in Texas.

Day on the other hand will miss the Masters for the first time since 2010, with his slump in form causing him to slip out of the top-100 in the World Rankings. Along with his injury woes, the Aussie is also currently dealing with the unfortunate death of his mother, who sadly passed away in early March after a year-long battle against cancer.

Fowler and Day have 17 PGA Tour wins between them, including two Players Championships and one Major

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Both men hold superb records at Augusta National, with Fowler securing three top-10s in 10 starts, one of which was a runner-up finish in 2018. Day also has 10 starts at the Masters, with the 34-year-old finishing in A share of the second is his debut in 2011. From there, he went on to claim another three top-10 finishes.

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