SHEBOYGAN, Wis. — Tiger Woods made another early exit from a major Saturday and had no idea where he was headed. He threw out one possibility: "I'm going to go home and watch the leaders tee off and play. Actually, I'll go to my sports bar, how about that?" Woods, who finished his storm-delayed second round of the PGA Championship at 2-over 73 and missed the 2-over cut by two, has a restaurant in South Florida that opened last week. That he could show up at it this weekend isn't a surprise considering how his season has gone. He has missed the cut in three straight majors and four of his past five. He hasn't broken par in his past seven major rounds, the longest such streak of his career. His scoring average in the majors this year was 73.8. Woods caused a stir Friday night when he committed to this week's PGA Tour Wyndham Championship, the final event before the FedEx Cup playoffs. The top 125 in points qualify for the playoffs, and Woods was at No. 186 entering the PGA Championship. But he might not play the Wyndham. He said he and his team would talk about it. FUN FOR PHIL: Phil Mickelson made up a lot of ground in the third round. His 6-under 66 was the lowest of his 89 career PGA Championship rounds, and it moved him to 5 under. He had nine birdies, his most in 347 major rounds.Mickelson's last title came at the 2013 British Open. He has three top-10 finishes this year, including second at the Masters. "It's been two years since I've been at my best, and it's a little disappointing that it's taken so long," he said. "But I'm trying to be patient, and rounds like these help because I see how close I am to finally being at my best." ANOTHER RORY BREAK: Rory McIlroy , whose 68 left him at 6 under, said that after this tournament, he won't play again until the Deutsche Bank Championship on Sept. 4-7, meaning he will skip the first playoff event, the Barclays. McIlroy, in his first tournament since rupturing a left ankle ligament last month, said he was taking time off "to sort of reassess everything." The Golf Channel and ESPN contributed to this report.