What is the cut line at PGA tournaments?

There is a cut after 36 holes. The top 70 players (including ties) make the cut. Any player in 71st place or worse is cut from the tournament and does not compete in the final 36 holes.

More about the cut line at PGA tournaments

PGA tournaments are normally played over 4 rounds of 18 holes; 72 holes.

The cut line at a PGA Tour tournament is the score that separates the golfers who make the cut and continue to play in the tournament from those who do not. Players who finish above the cut line after the second round continue to play in the tournament for the third and fourth rounds.

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