The cut line at the 2011 Masters Tournament, 1-over, saw 49 of 99 players make it through to the third round at Augusta National. Kyung-Tae Kim, Hideki Matsuyama, Steve Marino, Jeff Overton, Camilo Villegas, Aaron Baddelay, Lucas Glover, and Ernie Els just made the cut, with Els and Baddelay making it in thanks to strong 2-under second rounds, while Kim and Villegas barely held on after putting together 3-over Fridays.
Martin Kaymer is the biggest name to fail to make the cut, as the world No. 1 shot even par after a disastrous first round to finish 6-under. Stewart Cink and Larry Mize are your local golfers who are now out, with Cink winding up just a single stroke short and Mize unable to string together birdies as he was on Thursday.
Bubba Watson is in, having shot 1-under Friday to reach even par. If not for an eagle on hole No. 15, he'd likely be out as well. Matt Kuchar slipped after a solid Thursday, but is still 1-under overall.
Lucas Glover, Zach Johnson, Anthony Kim, Sean O'Hair, Tim Clark, Hunter Mahan, Robert Allenby, and Francesco Molinari joined Cink in coming up one score shy.
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