Padraig Harrington shot a second round six over par 76 to go twelve over par for the tournament, missing the projected cut by eight shots.
Things started very promisingly for the Dubliner, who began his round on the back nine and birdied holes 11 and 14 to come storming back to four over par.
However, that was to be the high point of his day as he immediately gave the shots back with bogeys on 15 and 16.
Harrington did well to scramble for pars on 17 and 18, but five bogeys and a double bogey on his front nine capped a very disappointing 36 holes of golf for the 37-year-old.
Harrington never got going and produced some wonderful saves on the front nine to keep him within shooting distance of the cut. However, once the Hail Mary saves deserted him the scoring went up, and an out of sorts Harrington was just going through the motions at the end of the round.
Darren Clarke will also be joining Harrington on the first flight back to Ireland after carding a 76 to go with his first round 74 to give him a ten over par total of 150.
Ricky Barnes is the tournament leader on eight under par after shooting a second round 65. Lucas Glover is one shot behind after carding a 64, and 2003 Masters champion Mike Weir is two shots behind after a level par 70 second round.
Tiger Woods shot a one under par 69 and is currently in a tie for 41st pace on three over par.
Saturday's weather was not as bad as anticipated, and tournament organizers have decided to begin third round play at 5.30 p.m. local time, with pairings of two players teeing off at the 1st and 10th tees.