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Thailand's Chinnarat Phadungsil saw his five-shot lead wiped out in the second round of the Avantha Masters in India on Friday.
Phadungsil left the rest of the field trailing in his wake with an opening 61 at Jaypee Greens Golf Club in Greater Noida, needing just 22 putts to card 11 birdies - seven of them in succession in a back nine of just 28.
But the 24-year-old found it was a completely different story less than 24 hours later as he teed off in the first group out from the 10th at 6:50am local time - and could only manage a round of 74.
After a double bogey on the 11th, Phadungsil seemed to have quickly righted the ship with a birdie on the next, but that was followed by three bogeys in a row.
He picked up a second birdie of the day on the 17th - the only hole on the back nine he did not birdie on Thursday - but dropped another shot on the 18th to be out in 40.
The wheels looked like coming off completely when he also bogeyed the first, but birdies at the second, fourth and eighth rescued a respectable score.
At nine under par, Phadungsil was one behind Scotland's David Drysdale, who had carded a second consecutive 67 to set the clubhouse target.
Drysdale has won twice on the Challenge Tour but is still seeking his maiden European Tour title after almost 300 events.