Tseng finally breaks par but misses cut at Evian Masters

Tseng finally breaks par but misses cut at Evian Masters

Struggling world No. 1 Yani Tseng broke par on Friday for the first time since June 2, but it was not good enough to get to the weekend at the Evian Masters.

Tseng shot 1-under 71 in her second round at Evian GC in France, but it was not enough to overcome an opening 76 and make the cut. It was the first time Tseng had broken par since the second round of the ShopRite LPGA Classic in June - a stretch of 12 rounds.

Coupled with a missed cut at the Walmart NW Arkansas Championship, the world No. 1 now has missed two of her last three cuts after going nearly a year without missing one.

Despite the current slump, Tseng has won three times this season. Her last win, however, came at the Kia Classic in March,

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