Campbell sets the cut line at +1

Much like Angel Cabrera did at the U.S. Open at Oakmont in 2007, a last hole birdie sent many players packing. Of course, the Masters sets the cut at either 10 strokes behind the leader or the top 44 players. 

It looks like the 10 stroke rule will be in place this weekend. 

On the 18th, Chad Campbell helped his chances by taking one stroke back with a birdie. As the leader, this changed the cut line from +2 to +1 strokes. 

The entire field is now out on the course, and many notable players are fighting to stay alive. 

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