Canonsburg (US): A flawless four-under 67 saw Rahil Gangjee make a smart move up the leaderboard, from 72nd shot to tied 35th place, at the end of the second round in Mylan Classic on the Nationwide Tour on Saturday.
After finishing 72nd on Friday at the end of the first round, Gangjee, in the second round, starting on tenth had birdies on 11th, 17th, fourth and eighth holes.
Gangjee, who is lying way down at 103rd shot in the Nationwide Tour Money List, needs a few good finishes up near the top to see if he can make a late dash at top-25 and get a full PGA Card for 2012.
Defending champion Kevin Kisner, meanwhile, equaled the course record with a nine-under 62 and grabbed sole lead at the midway stage.
Kisner, who had a slow start, hit his 8-iron from 160 yards on the final hole for his second eagle in six holes and moved to the top.
England`s Gary Christian (63) was boosted by two eagles, is at 11-under 131 in the second spot. First-round leader Josh Broadaway (68), Scott Brown (64) and former Navy Lieutenant Billy Hurley (65) share third place at 10-under.