155 players cut down to 65. That's golf. It is the inevitable result of a tournament on the web.com Tour.
One name that's surprising to not see the weekend is money leader Michael Putnam. He said after his opening round of 73 that he needed to shake the rust off his game after coming back from Hawaii vacation. Rust was still there on Friday with a 1-over 72.
Don't cry too much for him, he has already pocketed almost $360K this season and it's only half over. He will likely remain atop the money list despite missing the cut. Little brother Andrew WILL see the weekend at 2-under par.
After his first bogey free round of the season Thursday, Jason Gore followed up a 66 with a 77, an 11 shot swing to miss the cut at 1-over par. It's his first missed cut since March down in Colombia. He will head off to the next tour stop in Raleigh, North Carolina.
Gore's fellow career 59 shooter Michael Sims missed out with a second round 73 to miss the cut by a stroke at even par. He seemed in high spirits heading to Raleigh.
Gregg Marshall's house will be empty for the weekend as house guest Ben Martin heads home after 73-71.
Former British Open champion Todd Hamilton shot 75-69 in his first appearance in Wichita in 22 years. Former Wichita Open champ Kevin Johnson misses out, too.
Crestview member Ryan Spears, and former Shocker, shot 73-71 to miss by three strokes. It's his fourth cut missed and the fifth straight tournament he won't see the weekend.
And speaking of the club, assistant pro Trent Romann shot 75-71 to miss by five strokes. Rommann was in the field after winning the South Central PGA Player of the Year award. And Terradyne Country Club pro Greg Bray heads back to Andover after missing the cut with 74-75 scores.
The full leaderboard (with cuts, sorry guys) is available right here: