Indian golfer Rahil Gangjee carded a disappointing four-over 75 that left him tied 57th at the end of the third round in the Mylan Classic at Southpointe Golf Club here.
Gangjee, who had rounds of 68 and 73 on first days, had two doubles, a triple bogey, a bogey and four birdies in his 75. He is now two-over for three days.
Starting on the first, he opened with a birdie but dropped a triple bogey on the second and never recovered from there. He had birdies on the fifth, seventh and 18th, a bogey on sixth and double bogeys on 12th and 17th.
Cliff Kresge shot a 70 and moved to 12-under 201 and top of the leaderboard. He was one ahead of Robert Streeb (69), Nicholas Thompson (68) and second-round leader Brad Fritsch (72), who bogeyed the final hole to drop out of a share of the lead.
Jason Allred had the day's best round with a six-under 65 to get to 10-under 202 where he was joined by 2010 champion Kevin Kisner (66) and Matt Weibring (69).