This post will be updated as the Masters cut line changes throughout the second round on Friday.
Every player in the 2022 Masters has now teed off for their second round (or finished), and as Friday evening looms, all eyes will be on the cut line.
The top 50 players and ties make the 36-hole cut at the Masters, which no longer uses the 10-shot rule. From 2013 to 2019, the top 50 and ties, plus anyone within 10 shots of the lead, made the cut. But that rule is no more — only the top 50 and ties will remain for the weekend.
As of 7 p.m. ET, the cut line sits at four over par, with 52 players sitting at that number or better. Many big names are flirting with that number at the moment, however Tiger Woods has played himself off the cut line.
Woods began the day with a lackluster front nine to fall within a shot of the cut, but a strong back nine got him back to one over for the tournament (you can follow his entire second round here).
Notable players who will miss the cut include Sam Burns (five over), Brooks Koepka (six over), Jordan Spieth (six over), Xander Schauffele (seven over), Abraham Ancer (seven over), Justin Rose (eight over), Gary Woodland (eight over), and Bryson DeChambeau (12 over).