2021 US Open Projected Cut Line set at +3.5

Updated: June 15, 2021

Oddsmakers have set the projected cut for the tournament and bettors can start wagering on the Over/Under.

Posted: Jun 15, 6202 8:30 AM ET Updated: Jun 15, 6202 8:30 AM ET Est Time: 2 min

The 2021 U.S. Open cut line will take place following Round 2 of this week’s major tournament at Torrey Pines South Course. The field of 156 golfers will be trimmed on Friday night with the top 60 two-day scores plus ties advancing to the final two rounds on the weekend. 

Pinpointing the projected cut for the and betting on the cut line is one of the more popular U.S. Open prop bets available for golf tournaments. Oddsmakers set the project cut line for the tournament at  +3.5(147.5) this week ahead of the tournament. 

Betting on the cut line

Betting on the cut line is a very popular way to wager on weekly golf tournaments and draws a ton of attention for major tournaments like the 2021 U.S. Open. 

Sportsbooks with U.S. Open odds set a projected cut line score heading into the event and you can bet on whether the final cut line will be Over or Under that projected score. 

For example, the cut line for the 2020 U.S. Open was 146 (+6). Oddsmakers posted a Over/Under projected cut line of 145.5, which means if you thought the cut line would be 145 or lower you would bet the Under and if you thought it would be 146 or higher then you would bet the Over.

US Open cut rule

The U.S. Open cut rule advances the top 60 players in the U.S. Open field after Round 2 (plus ties) to the final two rounds, trimming the 156-player starting field by more than half. 

Past US Open cut lines

Here’s a look at the last ten years of U.S. Open cut line numbers. Note that the tournament is played on different courses every year. 

Year Cut line
2021 TBD
2020 146 (+6)
2019 144 (+2)
2018 148 (+8)
2017 145 (+1)
2016 146 (+6)
2015 145 (+5)
2014 145 (+5)
2013 148 (+8)
2012 148 (+8)
2011 146 (+4)

US Open projected cut FAQs

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