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Cut Information
In 1957, the 36-hole cut was instituted. The low 40 and ties and those within 10 strokes of the leader would qualify for the final 36 holes. In 1961, it was changed to the low 44 and ties.
 Most Cuts Made
37, Jack Nicklaus
30, Gary Player
27, Raymond Floyd
24, Ben Crenshaw
23, Arnold Palmer
23, Billy Casper
23, Tom Watson (21 consecutive)
 Most Consecutive Cuts Made
23, Gary Player (1959-1982)
22, Fred Couples (1983-)(longest active)
21, Tom Watson (1975-1995)
19, Gene Littler (1961-1980)
19, Bernhard Langer (1984-2002)
18, Billy Casper (1960-1977)
15, Bruce Devlin (1964-1981)
15, Jack Nicklaus (1968-1982)
The following table shows yearly field size and cut information.
TF=Total Field
MC=Made Cut
*Lowest Score
*Highest Score

 United StatesInternational
 ProfessionalsAmateurProfessionalsAmateur
YearTFMCCutFieldMCFieldMCFieldMCFieldMC
*Lowest Score    **Highest Score

Records and Statistics
> Champions
> Holes-in-One/Double Eagles
> Par 3 Contest
> Scoring Statistics
> Eagle, Birdie Leaders
> All-Time Cum. Stats
> Tournament Decided By
> Career Scoring Averages
> Runners-Up/Leaders
> Cut Information
> Top Finishers
> Tournaments Entered
> Highest & Lowest Scores



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