Wentworth: SSP Chowrasia, down
nine rungs to tied 12th with a two-over 73 in the second
round, was the lone Indian left in fray after Shiv Kapur and
Jyoti Randhawa missed the cut at the BMW PGA Championship
Chowrasia, overnight tied third with a 67 in the opening
round, couldn`t strike a single birdie on the second day and
dropped two bogeys to total two-under 140 overall.
The Kolkata-pro`s bogeys came on the ninth and 11th
However, it was curtains for Kapur and Randhawa, who
finished way below the cut-line.
Kapur finished with a total of five-over 147 despite
turning in an improved three-under 68 in the second round.
Randhawa, in contrast, carded a second successive 74 to
finish a stroke behind Kapur.
At the top, England`s Luke Donald (68) took the sole lead
with a total of six-under 136.
Englishmen Ross Fisher (70) and Danny Willett (72) along
with South Africa`s James Kingston (69) shared the second spot
a shot behind Donald.