Wichita: Rahil Gangjee missed the halfway cut with rounds of 73 and 74 in the Preferred Health Systems Wichita Open golf tournament.
Gangjee, who was well placed at two-under after 12 holes in the first round when play was stopped early, slid when play resumed the next day. He ended the first day at 73 as he found two bogeys and a double in the space of three holes.
But in the second round, the Indian began disastrously with two double bogeys and two bogeys to be six-over after 10 holes. Therafter, he found three birdies on 11th, 14th and 15th but it was too late.
Roger Tambellini shot a second-round 65 and was 12-under 130 after 36 holes, one shot better than three of the 2011 Nationwide Tours best players —Australias Matthew Goggin (65), Troy Kelly (64) and Kyle Thompson (64).