Evansville (USA): Indian golfer Rahil Gangjee missed the cut at the Victoria United Leasing Championship, the first event on the newly-named Web.com Tour, after carding a three-over 75 in the second round in Evansville. Gangjee, who was well-placed at 16th after the first day, was four-over through nine holes after starting from the 10th.
Just two birdies and one bogey on the back-nine did not help his cause as he crashed out at the midway stage. The cut came at one-under 143 and Gangjee totalled 145.
Australian Alistair Presnell birdied his final two holes for a second consecutive round of 68 and sole possession of the 36-hole lead.
Gangjee, who was well-placed at 16th after the first day, was four-over through nine holes after starting from the 10th.
Presnell stands at eight-under 136 after two days of record-breaking temperatures. Presnell owns a one-shot lead over two-time US Open champion Lee Janzen (70), David Lingmerth (70) and Brian Stuard (67).
Stuard eagled his first and last hole to climb into contention.
A total of 62 players made the 36-hole cut, which came at one-under 143 and the winner this week will make $99,000.
The Web.com Tour will take next week off before resuming the 2012 schedule at the Utah Championship at Willow Creek Country Club near Salt Lake City July 9-15.