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Homeward Bound: Top 10 notables that missed the Masters cut

Past winners, young guns and KJ Choi … yes, K.J Choi will watch the final two rounds unfold from behind the spectator ropes.

WHILE TIGER DREAMS of sparking a comeback and Rory marches serenely on, the 2012 Masters is now a niggling memory for 33 rueful golfers.

Tom Watson looked on course to extended his playing time into the weekend before bogeys on the final two holes left him signing for a score of 151 (+7).

Others, like Sandy Lyle (+20) and Craig Stadler (+19), never came close.

We look at 10 golfers that will quite literally be packing for home on what is traditionally known as ‘Moving Day’.

Homeward Bound: Top 10 notables that missed the Masters cut
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  • Darren Clarke

    Source: ©INPHO/Lorraine O'Sullivan
  • Ian Woosnam

    Source: Darron Cummings/AP/Press Association Images
  • Bernhard Langer

    Source: Morry Gash/AP/Press Association Images
  • Paul Casey

    Source: Chris O'Meara/AP/Press Association Images
  • Jose Maria Olazabal

    Source: Chris O'Meara/AP/Press Association Images
  • KJ Choi

    Source: Osama Faisal/AP/Press Association Images
  • Mike Weir

    Source: David J. Phillip/AP/Press Association Images
  • Jason Day

    Source: Charlie Riedel/AP/Press Association Images
  • Ben Crenshaw

    Source: Matt Slocum/AP/Press Association Images
  • Tom Watson

    Source: Darron Cummings/AP/Press Association Images

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