SSP Chowrasia tied third after second round of Panasonic Open India

Prominent Indians who missed the cut were Gaganjeet Bhullar (76-75) and Himmat Rai (75-76). Also missing the cut was Oliver Wilson (78-82).

updated: April 05, 2013 20:36 IST
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New Delhi: India's SSP Chowrasia was lying at third position after he shot a second straight 69 to be six-under at the end of the second day at Panasonic Open India in New Delhi on Friday.

Australian Wade Ormsby, seeking his first professional title, added a second straight 67 to move to 10-under 134, while Lam Chih-bing had a bogey-bogey finish to drop from 10-under to eight-under to be at second place at the Delhi Golf Club, which is playing uncharacteristically tough with swirling winds making the scoring conditions difficult.

Chowrasia, India's two-time winner on Asian and European Tours, is now four behind the leader. Placed along with the Indian is seasoned 56-year-old Thai Boonchu Ruangkit, who added a four-under 68 to his first round 70.

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