How many golfers make the cut at the US Open?

How many golfers make the cut at the US Open?

The U.S. Open’s cut rule, however, virtually guarantees that fewer than half the golfers in the field will play the third and fourth rounds. With a starting field of 156, 78 players would have to make the cut for half the field to make it.

How do you make the cut at the US Open?

The cut rule is now much more straightforward. To make the cut and advance to the weekend at the US Open, players need to be inside the top 60 – including ties – after the first two rounds. This is 10 spots fewer than The Open and the PGA Championship, which allows the lowest 70 players into the weekend.

How strict is the cut line at the US Open?

The U.S. Open has the second-strictest cut line among the four majors. Only the Masters, with the top 50 players (including ties), accepts fewer golfers.

What is the cut at the 2022 US Open?

Approximately 60 golfers will make it to the championship rounds and as of 8 p.m. the projected cut is 3-over par. ▪ Louis Oosthuizen has been a runner-up in each of the four major championships throughout his career, and his opportunity to break through the 2nd place ceiling won’t be in Brookline.