After two rounds, the top 60 players, including ties, will qualify to play the final two rounds. The projected cutline on the leader board will track that progress. Once the 79th player who tees off today has posted a score for his first hole, the USGA scoring system will begin projecting the cutline, which will appear on the leader board. The players below the line are projected to be heading home for the weekend. We do not simply show the cutline at the player in 60th place, as everyone in the field would have to play even par for the remainder of the day for a cutline of that type to be accurate. Our goal is to project at the score at which the cutline will fall. Our cutline projects what the leader board will look like at the end of the second round.
U.S. Senior Open
Del Paso Country Club, Sacramento, Calif.
June 25-28, 2015
Projected Cutline Explained