Record Cut At RBC Heritage

They say it’s not the winning it’s the taking part. If that’s the case there were a record number of winners at the RBC Heritage this weekend.

A record-tying 91 players made the cut at the PGA Tour's RBC Heritage tournament after 17 players had to complete their second rounds on Saturday morning.

The 91 to make the cut ties the modern-era record which was established at the 1981 Traveller's Championship.

The cut line fell at two-over after Jesper Parnevik missed a six-foot putt on the 18th hole.

'Everybody in the field at +2 put your envelopes in my locker...' Sweden's Parnevik joked on Twitter before the start of the third round.

Former winners Brandt Snedeker and Boo Weekley made the cut on the number as did fellow Americans Zach Johnson and Hunter Mahan.

It made for a busy weekend at a windswept Harbour Town Golf Links where last man standing Graeme McDowell beat US Open Champ Webb Simpson in a playoff.

With the record equalling number of players out there it’s a surprise the tournament isn’t still playing.