Northern Ireland players Chris Devlin and Jonathan Caldwell both missed the fourth-round cut at the European Tour School Finals in Barcelona on Tuesday.
With only the top 70 and ties progressing to the final two rounds, Devlin finished four outside the cut mark of three under after a 68.
Caldwell hit a closing 71 on the same Tour course which left him nine over.
David Higgins also missed the cut with a closing bogey sealing his fate as his 70 saw him missing out by one.
Kerryman Higgins was in action on the tougher Tour Course in his fourth round.
Cian McNamara also exited after finishing level with Caldwell in a share of 139th place after a 69 at the easier Stadium Course.
Devlin and Caldwell also played on the Stadium Course on Tuesday.
Ballymena man Devlin finished in a share of 102nd place after his two-under-par round.
Caldwell played in the 2007 Walker Cup alongside Rory McIlroy and then won a full European Tour card at the 2008 Tour School.
However, he failed to retain his card in his first year on tour and has been playing mainly on the Challenge Tour over the last two years.
Florida-based Devlin qualified for the 2008 US Open but he has mostly played on mini-tours in the US in recent seasons.
The top 30 and ties after six rounds will secure a tour card for 2012.