Shellharbour golfer Travis Smyth had his NSW Open campaign come to a premature end after missing the cut to play over the weekend.
Smyth had been in a solid position after firing two-under 70 on the opening day, but a late collapse in the second round saw him eliminated from contention.
The right-hander fired three bogeys in the final four holes to shoot three-over 75 and finish one-over for the tournament.
It saw him miss the cut by one shot.
A stunning round of eight-under 64 saw New South Welshman Harrison Endycott raced into the lead at the midway point of the tournament.
He lead Cameron John by one stroke.
Overnight leader Jarryd Felton shot an even-par 72 to slip outside the top-10 at six-under.
Meanwhile, Smyth’s next chance on the PGA Tour of Australasia will be at the Australian Open next weekend.