As the second round of the 2012 Masters begins to wrap up, the dreaded cut is currently projected at plus-5.
This is bad news for Virginia Tech graduate Johnson Wagner, who ended his second round with a total score for the tournament at plus-9. Wagner did better during his second round at Augusta, but it won't be enough to play during the final two rounds of the tournament.
As for other notables that could miss the cut, Paul Casey, Mike Weir, and the legendary Tony Watson currently find themselves on the outside looking in, as all three finished with scores of plus-7.
After a poor second round, Tiger Woods should be able to survive to the weekend, as he currently has a score of plus-3 with two holes remaining.
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