S.S.P. CHAWRASIA AND ANIRBAN LAHIRI struggled under windy conditions as they scored an even-par 72 and three-over 75 to be placed tied 37th and tied 61st respectively in the second round of the $8.5 million World Golf Championship (WGC)-HSBC Champions in Shanghai on Friday.
S.S.P. CHAWRASIA carded a three-under 69 to be tied 31st, while Anirban Lahiri scored a 70 to take joint 42nd spot after the opening round of the $8.5 million World Golf Championship (WGC)-HSBC Champions in Shanghai on Thursday.
CHIRAGH KUMAR birdied four out of the final five holes to push ahead to the joint second place with a five-under 67, one stroke behind leader Mithun Perera after the first round of the $400,000 Panasonic Open India at the Delhi Golf Club in New Delhi on Thursday.
ANIRBAN LAHIRI WILL PLAY IN in the World Golf Challenge to be held between December 2 and 6, becoming the first Indian to feature in the prestigious Professional Golfers Association (PGA)-sanctioned tournament
INDIAN GOLFER HAVE A STELLAR RECORD at the Delhi Golf Club and they will look to make the most out of their familiarity with the course when the Panasonic Open India begins in New Delhi on Thursday.
A MIX OF GOLFERS from over 23 countries, including India's seasoned S.S.P. Chawrasia and veteran Jeev Milkha Singh, will feature in the inaugural World Classic Championship which gets underway at the Laguna National Golf and Country Club next week.
ANIRBAN LAHIRI is putting the champagne on ice as he took a big step towards wrapping up the Asian Tour's Order of Merit crown following the conclusion of the $7 million CIMB Classic on Sunday.
ANIRBAN LAHIRI propped up four birdies in the final five holes to five-over 67 in the third and penultimate round as the leading Indian golfer jumped five places to be tied 16th in the $7 million CIMB Classic in Kuala Lumpur on Saturday.
S. CHIKKA successfully defended his title after defeating compatriot Shubhankar Sharma on the first extra hole at the $120,000 TAKE Solutions India Masters at the Eagle-The Golf Village in Bengaluru on Saturday.
ANIRBAN LAHIRI put up a better performance as he scored five-under 67 in the second to jump 12 places to be tied 21st in the $7 million CIMB Classic in Kuala Lumpur on Friday.
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