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Furyk, Snedeker, Kaymer Headline Big Names to Miss Masters Cut

Jordan Spieth Dominates in Masters Round 2 Play
Jordan Spieth leaves the competition in his dust with a second round 66, but Tiger Woods will try and make a play after carding a 69 and safely making the cut.

The Masters is typically the easiest cut to make of the major rota each season. With a small field comprised of several former champions and amateurs, there are realistically only 65 players with a shot to win each year. 

Yet year after year, big names miss the cut. In 2014, Phil Mickelson, Dustin Johnson, Patrick Reed, Graeme McDowell, Keegan Bradley and Jason Dufner all rolled out of Augusta after two rounds. This year was no different. 

There were only 26 total players under par after two rounds, and the cut line was 2-over, forcing 45 players out. That left several big names packing their bags. 

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Missed Cut

Bernhard Langer: +3 (73-74)

Jim Furyk: +3 (74-73)

Luke Donald: +3 (75-72)

J.B. Holmes: +3 (76-71)

Brandt Snedeker: +3 (74-73)

Billy Horschel: +4 (70-78)

Padraig Harrington: +5 (72-77)

Martin Kaymer: +7 (76-75)

Tom Watson: +8 (71-81)

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Jordan Spieth Dominates in Masters Round 2 Play
Jordan Spieth leaves the competition in his dust with a second round 66, but Tiger Woods will try and make a play after carding a 69 and safely making the cut.

 

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