Golfing wonderkid makes history at age 14 as he achieves feat Tiger Woods couldn't

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There's a new golf sensation in town after Hsieh Cheng-wei became the youngest player in history to make the cut in one of the game's major tours.

The Chinese-Tapei star was in the field for the Linkou International, and got off to a storming start on Thursday when he posted a three under par 69.

His second round tailed off slightly as he finished with a 74, but at one under par, he remains in the tournament for the weekend.

At 14 years and 33 days, Hsieh broke the record of Guan Tian-lang, who made the cut at the 2013 Masters when he was 14 years and 169 days.

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