First round leader Matt Every found his regular form Friday at the Arnold Palmer Invitational.
Every went from the first round lead to missing the 36-hole cut as he followed up on his opening 65 with a dazed-and-confused 83.
Tyrrell Hatton and Sung Kang held the hallway lead at seven-under at difficult Bay Hill. Rory McIlroy kept himself squarely in the hunt although a one-over par 73 dropped him back to five-under.
A bunch of big-names missed the cut with Every.
The cut came at three-over par, Phil Mickelson and Henrik Stenson were at five-over as was Tony Finau and Genesis winner Adam Scott. Bubba Watson went home early while Tommy Fleetwood had a rough go of it and two 76s left him eight-over.
Jason Day withdrew, his fragile back is acting up again.