The bad news for Rory McIlroy is he is going to miss the cut at The Honda Classic.
The good news is he is a short drive from a weekend at home.
McIlroy shot 4-over 74 on Friday at PGA National and, at 7-over total, won't be around for the final 36 holes in his 2015 PGA Tour debut.
"I'm pissed off," McIlroy said after the round.
"I don't like missing cuts," he continued. "You want to be playing on the weekend, and I'm not there. Well, I'm here; I'm home. I'm not going to be playing this weekend, which is not nice."
The world No. 1, along with the late-early half of the draw at the Champion course, had to endure two weather delays on Friday -- the first for rain, the second for electrical storms in the Palm Beach Gardens, Fla. area. McIlroy only managed to play two holes before play was initially stopped at 8:23 a.m. He played another hole after the resumption of play at 10:31 a.m. However, the horn was blown again at 10:55 a.m. and did not pick back up until 12:31 p.m. Between the two stoppages, play was halted for over three-and-a-half hours. Second round play will not be completed on Friday.
McIlroy's front nine, starting on No. 10, was relatively clean, dropping two shots to par with bookend bogeys. However, three bogeys in the final four holes, starting immediately after his only birdie on the round, sent the four-time major winner home.
Given how McIlroy has been playing since last summer, the missed cut comes as a surprise. In two 2015 starts on the European Tour, he finished runner-up in the Abu Dhabi HSBC Golf Championship and won the Omega Dubai Desert Classic.
This is the 11th time McIlroy has missed the cut on the PGA Tour. However, it is the first time McIlroy has missed a PGA Tour cut since the 2013 Open Championship, ending a streak of 22 consecutive cuts made.
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