Masters 2019 cut: What is the projected cut and how many players will make it?

Masters 2019 cut: What is the projected cut and how many players will make it?

Each Major has its own unique cut rule and the Masters have two criteria in place, one of which must be met to reach the third day on Saturday.Atte

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Each Major has its own unique cut rule and the Masters have two criteria in place, one of which must be met to reach the third day on Saturday.

Attention has been even more intense this year because Tiger Woods stands a strong chance of winning a first Major since 2008.

Another big talking point is Rory McIlroy, who is the favourite to complete his career Grand Slam in Augusta.

Bryson DeChambeau and Brooks Koepka lead after round one on -6, but what does that mean for those lower down the pecking order.

What is the Masters projected cut line?

The cut will fluctuate slightly but all players inside the top 50 will be guaranteed entry to the third day – that is half of the overall contenders.

Any players tied on scores with a top-50 player will also remain in the competition.

In addition to this, any players that finish round two within 10 shots off the leader will also be sticking around for the weekend.

After day one, all players up to position 73 are within 10 shots of the leader, meaning they would progress if things stay the same.

Masters live stream – When and where is the Masters taking place?

As ever, the Masters takes place at the world famous Augusta National Golf club in Augusta, Georgia.

Masters live stream – What TV channel is it on?

The Masters will be broadcast in the United Kingdom and Ireland live on Sky Sports.

Those who don’t have Sky Sports will be able to watch the highlights from day one and day two on BBC2, who will provide live coverage of days three and four.

Masters live stream – Can I watch it online?

Sky Sports customers will be able to watch play online and through their mobile device via the Sky Go app.

The Golf Channel will also provide live streams for each day of the tournament, though they won’t be free to watch.

The Masters’ official website will also live stream the event.

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