SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. -- Jason Dufner's PGA TOUR-leading streak of consecutive cuts made came to an end on Friday at TPC Scottsdale.
Dufner, who had not missed a cut since the Sony Open in Hawaii last year, a streak of 22 straight, made three bogeys in his final seven holes on Friday, two of which came on par 5s, to fall one shot shy of playing the weekend.
Ian Poulter now has the longest streak of consecutive cuts made at 16.
Dufner, who tied for eighth at last year's Waste Management Phoenix Open and lost in a playoff in 2010, shot an even par 71 on Friday to finish 3 under for the tournament.
A total of 74 players survived the cut, including defending champion Kyle Stanley.
Among those making early exits are J.B. Holmes, a two-time champ at TPC Scottsdale; Rickie Fowler; PGA TOUR rookie Nicolas Colsaerts; former major champions Trevor Immelman, Martin Kaymer, Geoff Ogilvy and Mike Weir; and the 2010 Waste Management Phoenix Open champ Mark Wilson.