2012 Masters Cut Line: Steve Stricker, Keegan Bradley Make Cut; Kyle Stanley, Tom Watson Do Not

After two rounds of play in the annual Masters tournament held in the Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta, Georgia, the cut line for weekend play has been set at 5-over par, which cuts out about a third of the competition. Anybody who finished the second round higher than 5-over par will not be continuing on in the Masters through the weekend.

Some players that made the cut are Steve Stricker (+5) and Keegan Bradley (+4). Tiger Woods made the cut and is sitting at 3-over par after starting the day off with two birdies and then bogeying five of the final 16 holes. All three have their work cut out for them to catch up with leaders Jason Dufner and Fred Couples, who are currently sitting at 5-under par.

Some notable players to not make the cut are:

John Senden +6
Paul Casey +7
Harrison Frazar +7
Kyle Stanley +7
Tom Watson +7
Bernhard Langer +8
Chez Reavie +9
Ryo Ishikawa +9
Johnson Wagner +9
Alvaro Quiros +11

You can view the live Masters leaderboard here.

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