Indian golfer Arjun Atwal (76-72) missed the cut even as two Major winners Danny Willett and Graeme McDowell were in contention to win the Corales Punta Cana Resort and Club Championships.
While Willet, a Masters Champion, was Tied-3rd with rounds of 70-70-67, McDowell was T-7 with 70-69-70.
Daniel Chopra (76-77) also missed the halfway cut.
Rafael Campos holed out for birdie from off the green for birdie and a share of the lead with Joel Dahmen at the windy course.
Campos, the 32-year-old Puerto Rican player whose family also spends time in the Dominican, shot 69 to match Dahmen at 10-under 206.
Apart from Willett (67), Gligic (68) was a stroke back. Emiliano Grillo (65) and Thomas Pieters (69) were 8-under, and defending champion Hudson Swafford (68) was 7-under with 2019 winner McDowell (70) and Charley Hoffman (68) among others.
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