Jackson (US): India's Arjun Atwal, playing his first event on the 2016-17 wraparound season on the US PGA Tour. Fell victim to a late double bogey and missed the cut by two shots at the Sanderson Farms Championship, here.
Atwal after a first round 71 was again at one-under when he doubled bogeyed the par-5 14th and did not manage to get those two shots back in the remaining four holes.
Grayson Murray fired a seven-under 65 and took a two-shot lead over Greg Owen and Seamus Power. The leader was at 12-under 132. Owen, a 44-year-old Englishman who has never won a tournament on TOUR, has shot back-to-back 67s to put himself in contention.
Power had a 69. Lucas Glover (69), Trey Mullinax (70), Graham DeLaet (69) and Brandon Hagy (68) were three strokes back.
Kevin Streelman had a two-shot lead after shooting a 63 in the first round, but struggled to a 73 to fall four strokes behind Murray.