Lowry cards 63 to build 4-shot Open lead

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PORTRUSH, Northern Ireland (AP) Tiger Woods turned and saluted the fans at Royal Portrush who saw him for two days at this British Open, but no more.

A Masters champion in April, Woods ended the major championship season by missing another cut after a 1-over 70, and then said he would skip the World Golf Championship next week to rest up.

"It's more frustrating than anything else because this is a major championship and I love playing in these events," Woods said after finishing two rounds at 6-over 148 with no birdies on the par 5s for the week. "And unfortunately, I've only had a chance to win one of them and was able to do it. But the other three, I didn't do very well."

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