Masters Golf Tournament 2011 Leaderboard - What is the Cut Line?
By Marty Cox
Apr 8, 2011
The 75th Masters golf tournament has one round concluded for 2011 and tournament leader Rory McIlroy is on the golf course for round two and still leading the tournament.
K.J. Choi, who finished tied for fourth last year, surged up the leaderboard and held a brief lead and is now vying for the top spot after round two.
American Fred couples is in the clubhouse at -6, two shots off the lead.
Other players in the hunt for early round two: Foreign born players Y.E. Yang along with Alvaro Quiros and US player Ricky Barnes.
Who will rise and who will fade due to the pressure?
See the full leaderboard here at the Masters website.
You can also watch the tournament's TV broadcasts as well.
What is the cut line?
For the 75th Masters golf tournament in Augusta, Ga., the rule for the weekend cut is as follows:
The top 44 players make the cut and ties with the last player's score also make the cut.
Plus, anyone within 10 shots of the lead will make the cut.
The early projected cut line at 2 p.m. is +2, according to the Golf Channel.
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