India's Jeev Milkha Singh shot 1-over 72 to take his total from 36 holes to 4-under 138 after the second round of the European Tour Made in Denmark in Farsoe on Friday. His compatriots SSP Chawrasia and Shiv Kapur, however, failed to make the cut of 1-over.
Jeev -- whose group teed off from the par-three 10th in the afternoon session -- had only one blemish for the entire round, with a bogey on the 438-yard par-four 13th. On a day when the proposed cut began at 1-under, was adjusted to level-par and was finally deemed to be 1-over par, Jeev finished with 4-under 138 -- trailing overnight leader Bradley Dredge of Wales by nine shots -- and a share of the 22nd place.
Earlier, Chawrasia began his second round at level-par from the back nine, but ended up bogeying the 644-yard par-five 11th and the par-four 13th. He recovered some ground with his first birdie of the day on the 409-yard par-four 17th, but ended up with three more bogeys on the par-three 2nd, the par-five 6th and the par-three 7th. Chawrasia ended his campaign in Denmark with a birdie on the par-four 8th, scoring 3-over 145 overall.
Kapur, who also started from the back nine, began with a bogey on the par-three 10th, before shooting his first birdie off the very next hole. He registered four bogeys over six holes, between the 409-yard par-four 17th and the 549-yard par-five 4th, before scoring only his third birdie of the week on the par-three 7th. A bogey on the par-four 9th meant Kapur could only match and not better his first round score of 4-over 75.