Texas: Rahil Gangjee shot one-under 71 in the third round of the WNB Classic on the Nationwide Tour but slipped to tied 45th place, down four places from his overnight position.
But Daniel Chopra had a fine day with a 66 that saw him move up to tied eighth, up from overnight 31st. A good finish will go a long way in improving Chopra`s 24th place on the Money List, as the top-25 earn a PGA Tour card for 2012.
Gangjee birdied the second, fourth and tenth, but his double bogey on 15th spoilt his card.
At the top, B J Staten took a two-shot lead with a third round score of 67. He was followed by Gavin Coles (65) and behind them, Harrish English shot a new tournament record 10-under 62 to move to third at 201.