PGA Championship Cut Line: Hunter Mahan, Lee Westwood And Others Miss The Cut

The cut line for the 2012 PGA Championship has come down at 6-over par, ending the tournament early for a number of notable names, including some surprising ones. Martin Kaymer, who won the PGA Championship in 2010, will not continue in the 2012 tournament. Rickie Fowler (10-over) is in the same boat, as is Matt Kuchar (10-over), Hunter Mahan (8-over), Sergio Garcia (7-over) and Lee Westwood (7-over). Keegan Bradley, New England's representative in the field, has struggled but is well within the cut at 1-over par. World No. 1 Luke Donald and Jason Dufner are also safe within the cut, but just barely; both men currently stand at 6-over par.

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