The Masters 2012 Cut Line: Kyle Stanley, Johnson Wagner Among Those Who Will Not Advance

The second round of the 2012 Masters in Augusta is in the books. After play finished on Friday evening, it became clear who would be continuing on to the weekend and who would be heading home for failing to make the cut. All golfers who finished their second round with a cumulative score of 6-over or more will not be returning for round three on Saturday.


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Among the notables who will either be heading home or watching from the sidelines following their second-round play:

John Senden +6
Paul Casey +7
Harrison Frazar +7
Kyle Stanley +7
Tom Watson +7
Chez Reavie +9
Ryo Ishikawa +9
Johnson Wagner +9
Alvaro Quiros +11
Sandy Lyle +20

Tiger Woods and defending champion Charl Schwartzel both finished at 3-over. Sang-Moon Bae looked to be on the verge of missing the cut with shaky play both days, but he matched his four bogeys on Friday with four birdies and added an eagle to bring his two-day total to 2-over.

You can view the live Masters leaderboard here.

For more on the 2012 Masters, check out SB Nation's golf page and this StoryStream.

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