Projected cut: +3Players within cut: 65 (T-57th position)Notables who missed: Sergio Garcia (+4), Justin Rose (+4), Danny Willett (+4), Brandt Snedeker (+5) How many make the cut at the Masters?The initial 87-player field will be whittled down to 65 by the time the first group tees off Saturday morning.Masters live leaderboardLeaderboardMasters Tournament10 – 13 April 2019Pos.Player NameNationalityScoreRound 1Round 2Round 3Round 4Total1Tiger WoodsUSA-13706867702752Dustin JohnsonUSA-12687070682762Brooks KoepkaUSA-12667169702762Xander SchauffeleUSA-12736570682765Tony FinauUSA-11717064722775Francesco MolinariItaly-11706766742775Webb SimpsonUSA-11727164702775Jason DayAustralia-11706773672779Rickie FowlerUSA-10707168692789Patrick CantlayUSA-10737364682789Jon RahmSpain-106970716827812Justin ThomasUSA-87368697028012Justin HardingSouth Africa-86969707228012Ian PoulterEngland-86871687328012Matt KucharUSA-87169687228012Bubba WatsonUSA-87272676928017Aaron WiseUSA-77571686728118Adam ScottAustralia-66968727328218Phil MickelsonUSA-66773707228218Patton KizzireUSA-67070736928221Matthew FitzpatrickEngland-57867687028321Thorbjørn OlesenDenmark-57171687328321Rory McIlroyNorthern Ireland-57371716828321Si Woo KimSouth Korea-57272706928321Jordan SpiethUSA-57568697128321Kyle StanleyUSA-57272706928321Kevin KisnerUSA-56973726928321Lucas BjerregaardDenmark-57072697228329Louis OosthuizenSouth Africa-47166717628429Charley HoffmanUSA-47171727028429Bryson DeChambeauUSA-46675737028432Hideki MatsuyamaJapan-37570687228532Viktor HovlandNorway-37271717128532Gary WoodlandUSA-37071747028532Charles Howell IIIUSA-37367766928536Kevin TwayUSA-27271707328636Jimmy WalkerUSA-27272727028636Patrick ReedUSA-27370746928636Alvaro OrtizMexico-27371736928636Rafa Cabrera BelloSpain-27370756828636Henrik StensonSweden-27472677328636Tommy FleetwoodEngland-27171707428643Keegan BradleyUSA-17668717228743HaoTong LiChina-17274736828743Keith MitchellUSA-17274726928746Andrew LandryUSAPar7273737028846Kevin NaUSAPar7173737128846Corey ConnersCanadaPar7071717628849Kiradech AphibarnratThailand+16972757328949Marc LeishmanAustralia+17272707528951Martin KaymerGermany+27374727129051Eddie PepperellEngland+27473727129051Trevor ImmelmanSouth Africa+27472756929051Cameron SmithAustralia+27074697729055Devon BlingUSA+37473717329156Tyrrell HattonEngland+47373727429256Billy HorschelUSA+47275747129258Branden GraceSouth Africa+57275727429358Zach JohnsonUSA+57473737329358Takumi KanayaJapan+57374687829361Satoshi KodairaJapan+67570737629462J.B. HolmesUSA+87072748029662Alex NorenSweden+87572757429662Bernhard LangerGermany+87172757829662Emiliano GrilloArgentina+872757376296Click here or refresh if you can’t view the leaderboard. TIGER TRACKER: Follow Tiger Woods’ Round 2 at the MastersMasters cut rules for 2019Every major on the PGA Tour has its own cut rules. For the Masters, it’s simple. The top 50 players on the leaderboard automatically make it through to the third round, including ties. From there, any player within 10 strokes of the clubhouse leader also moves on to Day 3.Masters cut line 2019Francesco Molinari, Jason Day, Adam Scott, Brooks Koepka and Louis Oosthuizen are the current Masters co-leaders at 7-under par, meaning the cut line sits at 3 over. That means 22 players will miss the cut at this year’s Masters. The Masters cut line can be tricky to pin down while play is in progress.With Round 2 well under way at Augusta National on Friday, the 2019 leaderboard reflects a who’s who list of golf’s biggest names at the top. But others weren’t so lucky, with struggling stars like Sergio Garcia and Justin Rose among the 22 on the wrong side of the cut.
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