2012 Masters Cut Line: Tom Watson, Craig Stadler Among Golfers Who Missed The Cut

With the second round of the 2012 Masters now in the books, the cut line was set at +5, and that meant saying goodbye to several notables, including Tom Watson, who finished at +7. Craig Stadler, Paul Casey and Ryo Ishikawa were among the group of players cut from the tournament on Friday.

Related: The Masters 2012 Cut Line: Kyle Stanley, Johnson Wagner Among Those Who Will Not Advance

Colorado State alum Martin Laird finished at +4 and is safely through to the weekend, but he has a lot of work ahead of him if he is to work his way into contention; with the leaders nine strokes ahead, it's going to be a tough task.

For more on the 2012 Masters be sure to stay tuned to this StoryStream. For more on Golf in general and more extensive Masters coverage, check out SB Nation's golf blog Waggle Room and SB Nation's dedicated golf hub.

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