Columbus (USA): Indian-origin golfer Daniel Chopra slipped one place to tied 15th but Rahil Gangjee missed the cut despite identical cards of two-under 69 each in the second round of the Nationwide Tour's Children's Hospital Invitational here.

Chopra, with three birdies on back nine and a bogey on front stretch, dropped to tied 15th, at five-under.

Gangjee had a birdie on sixth and ninth and an eagle on the par-five 12th, but bogeys on the first and 17th holes spoilt his card.

Coupled with the 76 on first day, he missed the cut, which came at 142, three shots better than his score.

Amateurs John Peterson and Harris English held the first two places after 36 holes.

Peterson (67) is now 11-under and English (66) was 10-under as two amateurs led the field after two rounds for the first time in more than two decades of Nationwide Tour history.