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With The 151st Open moving into the business stage of proceedings, we now know the identities of the only men to make the cut in all four majors in 2023.

A total of 12 players advanced to the weekend of the Masters, US PGA, US Open and Open – up from nine in 2022 and seven in 2021.

This year’s batch comprises:

Brooks Koepka, Cam Smith, Hideki Matsuyama, Jon Rahm, Patrick Cantlay, Patrick Reed, Ryan Fox, Scottie Scheffler, Tommy Fleetwood, Tyrrell Hatton, Viktor Hovland, and Xander Schauffele.

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Impressively, this is the second successive year that Rahm, Reed, Matsuyama and Hatton have completed the cut clean sweep in the majors, with Rahm having also done likewise in 2020.

Indeed, the Spaniard has the longest active cut streak in the majors. The last time he had the weekend off in one of the game’s marquee events was the 2019 US PGA Championship.

Since then, he has played in all four rounds in each of the 17 majors staged, during which time he has won twice, is a combined 45-under-par, and has banked $8,951,830.

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Heading into the weekend at Royal Liverpool, Rahm was a combined 18-under in 14 major championship rounds in 2023. That’s the same as Scottie Scheffler, with Brooks Koepka and Xander Schauffele (both 10-under) the next best.

Breaking the major ‘Class of 2023’ down even further, we have five Americans and four Europeans, as well as three LIV golfers.

Here’s how the ‘leaderboard’ looked approaching the weekend at Hoylake:

make the cut in all four majors 2023

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