Miguel Tabuena’s 68 on Friday propelled him to 24th place on Friday after two rounds in the BNI Indonesian Masters in Taifong Golf Club in Taiwan.
Recovering from his 70 in the first round, Tabuena, the current Asian Tour Order of Merit No. 2, finished five strokes behind the clubhouse leader from Canada.
Justin Quiban and Angelo are expected to make the cut after a 69 and 71 in the opening round Thursday.
Richard Lee carded a 67 to go with his 66 on Thursday to momentarily hold the lead with most of the players completing the second round late Friday.