LAS VEGAS – While the skies were gloomy early Friday, the TPC Summerlin at the Shriners Children’s Open continued to buzz.

That wasn’t a good sign for those who got off to a bad start on the first lap.

Due to annoying morning downpours and continuous rain with cool temperatures and a windless course, the par was struck again in the second round. Even as the sky cleared and the wind picked up in the afternoon, the players were able to beat TPC Summerlin.

And that meant the cutline dropped to 5 under in the third tournament of the season.

While Sungjae Im and Chad Ramey lead the field of 73 players with 14 under as the best 65 players into the weekend and advanced in a draw, here are some celebrities who will not have tee times on Saturday or Sunday.

The former Texas Longhorn was on his way to Las Vegas after beating Europe’s number 1 giant Jon Rahm in singles to make a fantastic Ryder Cup debut when Team USA beat their opponent two weeks ago . Instead of fighting for his first PGA Tour title, the world number 22, who had three top 10 major championships last season, failed to beat a 4 over 40 on his inner nine of the first round and missed his first cut since May. He made a run over the weekend when he got 6 under through 13 holes on Friday, but then he did a bogey and a triple bogey 7 and was done.

Scottie Scheffler places his putt on the 11th hole during the first round of the Shriners Children’s Open at TPC Summerlin on October 07, 2021 in Las Vegas, Nevada. (Photo by Alex Goodlett / Getty Images)

The number 12 in the world, who won his first PGA Tour title at the World Golf Championships-FedEx St. Jude Invitational in August and tied the 11th in the Tour Championship. His four bogeys, a double and a triple, have his Birdies more than made up for it.

Abraham Ancer hits his tee shot on the eighth hole during the second round of the Shriners Children’s Open at TPC Summerlin on October 8, 2021 in Las Vegas, Nevada. (Photo by Alex Goodlett / Getty Images)

The reigning PGA Tour Rookie of the Year, who ended his season in a 11th draw. Missing his first cut since the US Open in June, Zalatoris started well with a 68 on the first round but a triple bogey 7 on his ninth hole in the second round cost him.

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Will Zalatoris hits his second shot on the 18th hole during the first round of the Shriners Children’s Open at TPC Summerlin on October 07, 2021 in Las Vegas, Nevada. (Photo by Alex Goodlett / Getty Images)

World number 21, who battled pneumonia in September that kept him away from the Wyndham Championship, the first two FedEx Cup playoffs, and perhaps the Ryder Cup, never got going in the desert. He only made a birdie on his first round of 71 and went bogey-double bogey on holes 5 and 6 on his second round, falling too far back to make the cut.

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Patrick Reed hits his tee shot on the 14th hole during the first round of the Shriners Children’s Open at TPC Summerlin on October 07, 2021 in Las Vegas, Nevada. (Photo by Alex Goodlett / Getty Images)

After changing his diet for six weeks – he lost 5 pounds of body fat – and taking care of his game and his wife Allison, who is expected to give birth to the couple’s first child in late November, Fowler didn’t start his season on the 1st positive Annotation. Hoping to get out of a prolonged slump, Fowler instead had a difficult start – losing five of his first 11 holes on the first round – and missing his 19th cut in his last 57 PGA Tour starts. Fowler is likely to drop from his current rank of 125 – his worst since 2009 – and head to the CJ Cup next week to look for his first top 10 since the PGA championship in May. That was his only top 10 last season. He birdieed his last three holes for a 66 but missed one shot.

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Rickie Fowler reacts to a shot from the bunker on the 11th hole during the first round of the Shriners Children’s Open at TPC Summerlin on October 07, 2021 in Las Vegas, Nevada. (Photo by Alex Goodlett / Getty Images)

The 2013 Shriners champion and world number 24 did six bogeys and one double bogey and missed his first cunt since July. He made a good run with four birdies and an eagle on his first nine on the second round, but a costly bogey on the eighth par-3 hole – his 17th hole that day – proved to be the winning shot. He missed a 12-foot birdie on his final hole and missed a shot.

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Webb Simpson hits an approach shot on the 11th hole during the first round of the Shriners Children’s Open at TPC Summerlin on October 07, 2021 in Las Vegas, Nevada. (Photo by Alex Goodlett / Getty Images)