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Tyrrell Hatton laughs off Open missed cut in best possible way

Tyrrell Hatton

Missed cuts are never a good thing – even more so at an Open Championship.

But Tyrrell Hatton was able to laugh his off in the best possible way. The Englishman followed up a five-over-par 75 with a 76 in the second round to comfortably miss the cut on 11-over.

Afterwards, he took to Twitter to sum up his feelings on his second round and not playing at the weekend at Royal Birkdale with this hilarious GIF.

It followed another from a day earlier about his five-over-par 75, while he also had the perfect response to an abusive follower.

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Justin Thomas was able to see the funny side as well after he posted a ten-over-par 80 in the second round to miss the cut by two.

It included taking a nine on the par-4 sixth hole and thankfully his sense of humour remained intact when a follower tried to be a bit smart.

Justin Thomas

But it wasn’t all doom and gloom about missing cuts as South African Brandon Stone squeezed into the weekend.

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