The 2020 Masters cut line is more severe than ever before, with only the lowest 50 players and ties earning their way into the weekend, as opposed to the low 50 players as well as any players within 10 shots of the lead.
Though Thursday’s three-hour weather delay means the second round will not be complete until Saturday morning, we already have an idea of where the cut line will fall — and there are plenty of big names in jeopardy.
In order to be assured of a tee time on Saturday and Sunday at Augusta, players currently need to be at even par or better. That means big names like Jimmy Walker, Henrik Stenson, Charl Schwartzel, Graeme McDowell, Shane Lowry, Matthew Wolff and U.S. Open champion Bryson DeChambeau are all on the wrong side of the line at this point.
We will continue to update this post as the second round nears completion and the official cut is made.
Saturday morning update:
As the second round comes to a close, the cutline has remained at even par, a number that includes 60 players. Currently on the wrong side of that number? Matt Kuchar, Henrik Stenson, Gary Woodland, Graeme McDowell, Matthew Wolff, Tyrrell Hatton, Kevin Kisner, Jason Day and Francesco Molinari.