Four of the world's top 12 players — Johnson, No 10 Patrick Cantlay, No 11 Koepka and No 12 McIlroy — all missed the cut.
Five months after Dustin Johnson shattered the course record with a 20-under par 268 in rain-softened conditons, the Masters is back in its typical April setting and serving up lightning-fast greens with firm fairways to roll balls into danger.
WGC Match Play: Sergio Garcia comes up aces over Lee Westwood on a frenetic Friday at Austin Country Club
When it finally ended, Jon Rahm at No 3 was the only player from the top 20 seeds who made it to the knockout stage of the weekend at Austin Country Club.
MacIntyre, who trailed for most of the front nine at Austin Country Club and led for most of the back nine, walked away with a mixture of satisfaction and disappointment.
Westwood moved atop the leaderboard with a run of three straight birdies at the second, third and fourth, rolling in a 30-footer at the par-three third.
Sergio Garcia rushed to the first tee and raced to the finish line Thursday in The Players Championship.
A two-putt birdie on the par-5 18th tied Justin Thomas with English, whose 65 was highlighted by pitching in for eagle on No. 9.
A big drive gave Collin Morikawa his first major. A big putt gave Viktor Hovland his first win. And a big iron — in Bryson DeChambeau's case, a really big iron — allowed players to consider an unconventional approach to the game.
Tournament organizers said on Thursday that seven members of Europe's last Ryder Cup team will play the Saudi International on 4-7 February, the same week as the Phoenix Open on the PGA Tour.
Garcia becomes the second player to withdraw from the Masters after a COVID-19 positive after Chile's Joaquin Niemann.
Lahiri gave it his all in the final round that began with four birdies in the first 10 holes, but again the putts did not fall after that and he also closed with a bogey on 18th.
The $10.25 million Shanghai event, with a winner's prize of $1.7 million, is the third and final leg of the PGA Tour's Asian swing, after the Zozo Championship and the CJ Cup in South Korea the week before.
Shubhankar Sharma's bogeys included a three-putt on the 186-yard par-3 third, and he also bogeyed the Par-4 fourth where his second shot went into the right greenside bunker and then he hit to 11 yards to the green from where he two-putted
Saudi International: Sergio Garcia set to avoid fine, suspension, despite being disqualified for damaging golf course
Sergio Garcia is set to avoid a hefty fine and suspension after European Tour boss Keith Pelley declared the matter "over" following the Spaniard's stunning disqualification from the Saudi International.
British Open champion Francesco Molinari stars to help Team Europe beat favourites USA and clinch Ryder Cup
Europe recaptured the Ryder Cup, holding off a dramatic United States fightback to complete an upset victory with Francesco Molinari clinching the outcome.
Anirban Lahiri carded a 5-over 76 on the opening day, leaving him with a mountain to climb in his bid for a weekend appearance at the 147th Open Championship.
WGC Match Play Championship: Shubhankar Sharma fights valiantly but loses first-round clash to Sergio Garcia
Shubhankar gave the reigning Masters champion, Sergio Garcia a great fight and in fact led at various stages before being level at the 18th tee.
Shubhankar will also face American Xander Schauffele, the 2017 PGA TOUR Rookie of the Year and South Africa's Dylan Frittelli in Group 7 of the preliminary stage.
WGC Mexico Championship: Phil Mickelson dismissed India's Shubhankar Sharma as a journalist before 3rd round
Phil Mickelson dismissed Shubhankar Sharma as a member of the media at the WGC-Mexico Championship on Saturday, but the veteran American will not mistake the Indian when they play together in the final threesome on Sunday.
WGC Mexico Championship: India's Shubhankar Sharma maintains two-shot lead over chasing pack after third round
Sharma hit 11 of 14 fairways – his highest total of the week – and 10 of 18 greens in regulation during his third round.