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AUGUSTA, Ga, — The 2020 Masters cut line danced on Saturday morning as nearly half the field finished up Round 2, which was suspended on Friday evening because of darkness. For much of the morning, it sat at 1 under with the top 50 and ties making it to Round 3, but a Bryson DeChambeau bogey on No. 18 pushed it to even par, which is where it stayed and eventually landed at the end of the round.

This brought golfers like Jordan Spieth — who made nice putt at his last hole — Tony Finau, Collin Morikawa and Matthew Fitzpatrick inside the cut as well. At even-par 144, it is the lowest cut-line number in the history of the event.

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