The South Australian entered the final round 6-under for the week and playing well but faltered in the final round, not making a single birdie and dropping four shots.
Particularly disappointing was a double bogey at the par-5 17th though there were plenty of positives to take form the rest of the week.
Lutterus was one of eight Australians to tee up in the Asian Tour event, Unho Park and Kevin Lee the only others to make the cut.
Park finished T45 at even par for the week while Lee was T62 at 7-over.
Kalem Richardson, David Gleeson, Marcus Both, Jordan Sherratt and Darren Tan all missed the weekend's action.
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