Action is heating up at TPC Deere Run in Silvis, Illinois, for the 2022 John Deere Classic. Early into Round 2, Matthias Schwab, Chris Gotterup and J.T. Poston are tied atop the leaderboard at 10-under-par. Schwab is finished with his second round, but Gotterup and Poston are still playing.
Unfortunately, only 65 players (and those tied in that final group) will advance past Friday's rounds. With that in mind, let's check out an official guideline and explanation to the 2022 John Deere Classic cut rules and cut line.
What is the Cut for the John Deere Classic?
The John Deere Classic cut line is put into place following the first two rounds at TPC Deere Run on Thursday and Friday. The field is trimmed down to 65 players heading into the final two rounds on Saturday and Sunday.
Those top 65 players, and any players tied in the bottom group, will advance.
John Deere Classic Cut Rules
The official cut line was set of 3-under-par for the tournament, and 69 players will play the championship rounds on Saturday and Sunday.
How Many Players Make The Cut at 2022 John Deere Classic?
The John Deere Classic cut rule trims down the weekend's field to just 65 players, with ties. The official cut line was set at 3-under-par following Round 2, and 69 players made the cut.
Some notable players, including K.J. Choi and Webb Simpson missed the cut.
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