Rahil Gangjee carded a four-under 67 in the final round and finished tied 44th in the third round of the Cox Classic on the Nationwide Tour here. Daniel Chopra shot 67 and moved up from 60th to finish 49th.
Gangjee, overnight 51st, improved with birdies on the fourth, seventh, eighth and ninth on the front nine and added two more on 11th and 17th. He had two bogeys on sixth and 14th.
JJ Killeen, winner at the Utah Championships a week earlier, won for the second time in as many weeks. He just held of bunch of challengers as he two putted from 90 feet and won by a shot over Jonas Blixt, Ken Duke, Gary Christian and amateur Danny Lee.
Killeen carded a final round 69 and finished at 22-under for the week at Champions Run course. He is now the first person to win two Nationwide titles in as many weeks since 2005.