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7 Big Names Who Missed The Cut At The CJ Cup Byron Nelson

Jake Knapp celebrates winning the 2024 Mexico Open

Jake Knapp is enjoying a rookie season to remember on the PGA Tour, with the big-hitting American sitting top of the leaderboard after 36 holes at The CJ Cup Byron Nelson.

Leading Troy Merritt and Matt Wallace by a single stroke, a number of names sit a few shots back in what should be an exciting finish at TPC Craig Ranch. However, aside from the various names, a number of players are heading home for the weekend, as a high cutline of six-under-par was enforced in Texas.

Knapp is looking for a second PGA Tour win of 2024

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Amongst the big names going home were Ryder Cup players and PGA Tour winners, as the halfway stage saw a host of big names miss the cut. Below, we have taken a look at the players who won’t be featuring at the weekend.

Robert MacIntyre (-5)

Robert MacIntyre hits a tee shot with a driver

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The Scot produced a fine performance at last week’s Zurich Classic of New Orleans, but MacIntyre couldn’t back that up this week at The CJ Cup Byron Nelson, as he missed the cut by one stroke. 


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