That might be 3-under, 1-over or 12-over, depending on the scores of the leaders and the field.
In addition to events with no cut a very small number of others may impose the cut differently, for example after 54 holes, although this was more normally used where a large number of players had made the 36 hole cut prior to recent changes made to stop this.
But some golfers have also been famous for not missing cuts.
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They now allow the top 50 and ties to stay for the weekend but as the field is often fewer than 100 that is a large percentage.
Playing as a two-ball speeds up play dramatically and it also makes for a better spectacle as golfers go head to head.
First, the events that form the FedEx Cup play-offs do not have a cut as they are already limited-field tournaments so it is not necessary.
That is unless they happen to be the defending champion, who is required to help the winner slip into his green jacket at the conclusion of play.