2023 Arnold Palmer Invitational: Only three of the top 20 players in the world will miss the cut

Mar, 2023

ORLANDO –Padraig harrington spends most his time at the PGA Tour Champions theses days, but that doesn’t mean he has lost sight of what it takes for him to make the 36-hole cut.

Harrington birdied five of his 14 first holes Friday to shoot 2-under 70, and earn his 219th career cut at the PGA Tour.

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Harrington stated, “Playing the cutline in golf is one of the most difficult things.” “Fifty-four holes with no cut, that’s an easy lifestyle.”

The 51-year old is one of 72 golfers who survived the windy conditions at Bay Hill Club & Lodge in order to participate in the Arnold Palmer Invitational weekend. To be paid by the pros on Sunday, it took a total 36-hole score of 2-over146 Amateur Ludvig aberg was also able to make the cut.

Two golfers were still playing on the course when play was stopped by darkness on Friday. Greg Koch, PGA club pro, held six golfers’ fates in his own hands. Koch needed to finish the ninth hole Saturday morning to move the cut to 1-over, but he and Justin Suh(-2) made pars to end the second round at 7 :08 a.m. ET. It is the first time that he has made a cut on PGA Tour.

This week’s announcement of reduced field designation events and no-cut holes meant that this was likely the last 36-hole cut at Bay Hill. Three players in the top 20 worldwide didn’t make it. Alex Noren, however, took care of the business on his last hole.

Here are the details on the unfortunate players.


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