Tiger Woods' major drought looks set to continue after the world number one found himself 10 shots off the lead in the US PGA Championship at Oak Hill.
With low scoring the order of the day - leader Jason Dufner equalled the major record with a 63 to finish nine under - Woods could only add a 70 to his opening 71 to remain one over par.
The 37-year-old has won five times this season, including an eighth Bridgestone Invitational by seven shots on Sunday, but the last of his 14 major titles came back in the 2008 US Open.
"Obviously I'm going to have to put together a really good weekend," Woods said. "I'm going to have to do my job and shoot a good round but then again, I'm so far back that if the leaders go ahead and run off with it and shoot a low one I'm going to be pretty far behind."
The halfway cut fell at three over par and saw Scottish duo Martin Laird and Paul Lawrie miss out by one, with former world number one Luke Donald a shot worse off after rounds of 71 and 74.
Former US PGA champion Padraig Harrington finished seven over while Open champion Phil Mickelson made the weekend with a shot to spare after a second consecutive 71.
American Woody Austin, penalised four shots for having 15 clubs in his bag, missed the cut by a shot after a 75.