Anirban Lahiri putsts brilliantly to move up to seventh at the Wyndham Championship

Indias Anirban Lahiri shoots 67 in second round of Wyndham Championship . Joohyung Tom Kim leads after firing 6-under 64 in second round at Wyndham Championship .

GREENSBORO (USA) – Indias Anirban Lahiri continued his resurgence with a 67 and was sitting seventh in the Wyndham Championship.Lahiri comes alive one week before the play-offs after spending time with his mentor Vijay Divecha in India.He is now 7-under for 36 holes.In his second round, he had five birdies against two bogeys, extending his 4-under 66 in the first round of the tournament, which was won by his close friend, Arjun Atwal, who is now the only Indian champion on the PGA TOUR.

Lahiri had five birdies against two bogeys, which kept him in the title chase because he brushed off some of his last five cuts, which he missed four of his best shots.As he looks to win his first PGA TOUR victory, the 35-year-old is counting on his putter to shine.I've been doing really well lately.Today, I'm getting really good at it again.

Lahiri said that he started out with a lot of really good looks from short range, but no progress and simply couldn't maintain the early momentum.So, I'm just going to stay relaxed and continue doing what I'm doing.I played a lot better than my score.I think I'm getting closer to putting my best foot forward on these greens, so I just have to be a little more patient.

Sungjae Im, who was seeking a third straight PGA TOUR victory, carded a sluggish 69 to lie one stroke behind the pace.