Whilst Louis Oosthuizen, Collin Morikawa, Jordan Spieth and Co. are well placed to make a title charge over the weekend, The 149th Open is over for a number of the game's biggest names.
On a day of record low-scoring at Royal St George's, the 36-hole cut ultimately fell at one-over, which proved to be beyond a glut of players including past major winners, world No.1s and Ryder Cup heroes.
Here are some of the biggest names who'll play no further part in this year's Open Championship...
+12 – 80, 72
The man who won the US PGA Championship in record-breaking fashion just two months ago made only three birdies in 36 holes.
+5 – 75, 70
The weirdly-out-of-form Aussie has now missed the cut in four of his last seven major starts.
+3 – 72, 71
The former Masters champion has only one top-10 finish in six previous Open appearances. That won’t be improved upon this week.
+3 – 74, 69
Fancied by many to break his major duck this week, the world No.6 missed a major cut for just the third time in his career (and the first in three Open starts).
+2 – 72, 70
The world No.10 broke a club, gave a middle-finger salute (in the direction of the galleries) and was caught swearing by on-course microphones as he slumped to a sixth early bath in nine Open starts.
+2 – 68, 74
After opening with a two-under 68 on day one, the 2018 champion improved to -3 after a birdie on the first hole of his second round. However, a quadruple-bogey seven on the par-3 sixth followed by a double on the ninth ended his week prematurely.
+2 – 71, 71
The 2016 ‘Champion Golfer of the Year’ missed the Open cut for just the third time in 16 starts and the first since 2007.
+3 - 66, 77
After a four-under opener, 2009 champ Cink was talking up his chances of winning a second Claret Jug - but he needed 11 more shots to get round on Friday. That plummeted him 94 spots down the leaderboard and sent him packing.