[PHOTO: Jason Butler]

Anthony Kim’s comeback continued this week with a stop on the Asian Tour. However, it won’t include any competitive rounds this weekend.

Playing in the International Series Macau, Kim missed the cut by eight shots.

Playing for the third consecutive week after competing in LIV’s Jeddah and Hong Kong events – two tournaments without a cut – Kim shot four-over for 36 holes and was in a tie for 130th place in the 144-man field, eight shots off the cutline. Fellow LIV golfer David Puig leads at 11-under.

On a positive note, Kim shot an even-par 70 in Friday’s second round. This on the heels of a final-round 65 in Hong Kong last week.

The 38-year-old Kim began his competitive golf comeback earlier this month, nearly 12 years after making his most recent start on the PGA Tour at the 2012 Wells Fargo Championship.

Kim has signed to play as a wildcard for the rest of the LIV Golf season. LIV’s next event takes place from April 5-7 in Miami.