RBC Canadian Open Projected Cut Line 2024: Taylor, Theegala Miss out on Weekend Play

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This week, the PGA Tour made their way across the border, as players take on the RBC Canadian Open at Hamilton Golf and Country Club. Rory McIlroy opened as the favorite in the RBC Canadian Open odds, while Ryan Fox is the current favorite, and neither had to worry about the RBC Canadian projected cut line. Though the same can’t be said for Nick Taylor, or Sahith Theegala, just a few golfers who missed the cut line. And like we said, you shouldn’t have been shocked seeing some of these RBC Canadian Open sleeper picks playing the weekend rounds.

The RBC Canadian Open cut line was set at even, which sent the following players home:

Player Total
Cameron Young +1
Alex Noren +2
Adam Hadwin +2
Nick Taylor +3
Sahith Theegala +5
Matt Kuchar +8

When considering betting on the RBC Canadian Open cut line, you’ll want to do your research, as it’ll help improve your chances of your bet hitting. You’ll want to check out the course layout, how the weather will affect play, has the golfer been playing well, and what their history is like at the course. At the 2023 RBC Canadian Open, the cut like was set at -1, which sent Hughes, Sam Burns, Erik van Rooyen, and many more home before the weekend rounds. So, if you’re looking to add some spice to your golf bets this weekend, the RBC Canadian Open projected cut line is one to look at!

Keep checking back as we update the article with odds of who will make/miss the 2024 RBC Canadian Open cut line.

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RBC Canadian Open projected cut line latest

The PGA Tour cut line settled at even, which had a few well-known names going home empty-handed. Last year’s champion Taylor, Alex Noren, Theegala, and Adam Hadwin are just a few who missed the RBC Canadian Open cut line. Data Golf projected that there was a 40.0% chance would be set at even.

Betting on the RBC Canadian Open cut line

The cut line plays a crucial role in determining which golfers secure a spot in the weekend rounds of the RBC Canadian Open. By establishing this baseline, it allows only the top players in the tournament to continue their pursuit of victory. Surpassing or matching the cut line is essential for players aiming to extend their tournament journey, while those who fall below it go home empty-handed.

This process intensifies the competition, motivating golfers to meet or exceed the cut line to stay in contention. Consequently, the tournament atmosphere becomes charged with excitement and pressure, heightening the event’s suspense. The cut line injects a sense of thrill and challenge, pushing golfers to showcase their best performances in front of spectators and fellow competitors.

Odds to make the cut

Player Odds
Rory McIlroy -1200
Sahith Theegala -400
Tommy Fleetwood -400
Corey Conners -350
Shane Lowry -333
Alex Noren -333
Cameron Young -300
Sam Burns -300
Tom Kim -275
Maverick McNealy -275

Odds to miss the cut

Player Odds
C.T. Pan +100
Greyson Sigg +100
Beau Hossler +110
Eric Cole +110
Seonghyeon Kim +110
Thorbjorn Olesen +110
Ben Griffin +120
Matt Wallace +120
Nicolai Hojgaard +120
Seamus Power +120

Odds provided by bet365 – accurate as of May 30

RBC Canadian Open cut rule

During the RBC Canadian Open, competitors must meet the cut line to progress to the weekend rounds based on their performance. Set after the Round 2, the cut line separates those advancing from those eliminated. Players ranked within the top 70 positions (including ties) above the cut line secure their spot to continue competing, while those below are head home.

The specific score that establishes the cut line is decided by tournament officials to reflect the field’s overall performance. This rule ensures that the weekend rounds feature the most talented golfers of the week, maintaining the event’s competitive atmosphere.

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RBC Canadian Open cut line history

The RBC Canadian Open has been cancelled twice in the past five years, so finding a common theme as of late isn’t as easy. In 2023 the cut line was set at -1, the year prior it was at +1, and way back in 2019 the RBC Canadian Open cut line settled at -2:

Year Cut line
2023 -1
2022 +1
2021 Cancelled
2020 Cancelled
2019 -2

RBC Canadian Open projected cut line FAQs

How is the cut line determined for the RBC Canadian Open?

During the RBC Canadian Open golf tournament, the cut line is determined by the top 70 players and any ties after the second round. Competitors within 10 strokes of the leader also progress to the next stage, regardless of their current placement. Those unable to meet the cut line are excluded from further participation in the event, losing the chance to compete in the weekend rounds.

What does it mean to make the cut in golf?

Exceeding the cut line in golf tournaments highlights a player’s impressive performance in the early rounds, ensuring their qualification for weekend play. This cut line serves as a crucial base for progressing to the later stages of the competition. Surpassing the cut line is essential for golfers as it grants them the chance to compete for prize money in the upcoming rounds.

Do you get paid if you miss the cut at the RBC Canadian Open?

At the RBC Canadian Open, players failing to make the cut line do not qualify for prize money. Only those progressing beyond the cut line and participating in the weekend rounds are eligible to earn prize money according to their performance. Missing the cut signifies an early tournament exit for players, denying them the chance to claim a portion of the prize purse.

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