2022 The Masters Cut Line: Official Cut Line and Cut Rule Explained Including Projected Cut (Updated)

2022 The Masters Cut Line: Official Cut Line and Cut Rule Explained Including Projected Cut (Updated)


Action is heating up at Augusta National with the golf world's attention turned onto The 2022 Masters. After two rounds, Scottie Scheffler sits alone atop the leaderboard. Scheffler is 8-under-par for the tournament after shooting 69 in Round 1 and 67 in Round 2.

Unfortunately, only 50 players in The Masters field will advance past Friday's rounds. With that in mind, let's check out an official guideline and explanation to The Masters cut line and cut rule.

What is the Cut for the Masters? 

The Masters cut line is put into place following the first two rounds at Augusta on Thursday and Friday. The field is trimmed down to just 50 players heading into the final championship rounds on Saturday and Sunday.

The Masters Cut Rule Explained

The official cut line for The 2022 Masters was set at +4. In total, 52 players made the cut and will play in Saturday and Sunday's final rounds.

How Many Players Make The Cut at The Masters?

The Masters cut rule trims down the weekend's field to just 50 players, including ties. As of the evening on Friday, April 8, the current cut line was placed at +4 and 52 players made the cut.

Did Tiger Woods Make the Cut?

Masters Projected Cut Line

Based on the current scores, the projected cut line sits at +4. This number is sure to change throughout remaining scores from Round 2, and golf fans should pay close attention to the official 2022 Masters leaderboard.

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