Update 5:30 p.m. It looks like enough players did indeed go lower, and -4 should be the cut line for this event, with Matthew Wolff holding a four-shot lead at -15.
Rickie Fowler is on 16, and he’s also on the number at -4 and will need to get home at even or better. We’d have 67 golfers make the cut as of right now, and Camilo Villegas looks like he’ll be left home at -3 unless he can birdie the last.
The PGA Tour tees off the second round of the 2021 World Wide Technology Championship on Friday at 6:55 a.m. ET. Right now Carlos Ortiz and Matthew Wolff are tied at -10, but Wolff has yet to tee off after firing a gorgeous 61 to open play on Thursday.
The final groups will be on the course at 1:25 p.m. ET. There’s a long way to go before we find out what the weekend field looks like for the World Wide Technology Championship
How is the cut line determined?
The cut line at 36 holes is the top 65 players plus those tied at the end of that group. Some tournaments will have a second cut after day three (54 holes) if that initial group is 78 total players, but this is not one of those tournaments.
What is the cut line for the World Wide Technology Championship?
Right now the projected cut line is -3, but that could change depending on the weather in Mexico City. There are 18 golfers currently on that number, including Justin Thomas, Jhonattan Vegas, Danny Willett, Matt Kuchar, and more.
Who is not projected to make the cut?
Luke Donald, Cameron Tringale, Camilo Villegas, and Henrik Stenson are amongst the players at -2 that will need to go lower to get there. Donald is already in the clubhouse, so it looks like he won’t be playing the weekend as this cut is more likely to rise than fall.