ANIRBAN LAHIRI, with earnings of $1,139,084 was presented the 2015 Asian Tour's Order of Merit crown on Monday for him to become the fourth Indian golfer to win the region's biggest award.
S.S.P. CHAWRASIA endured two costly late bogeys in the final round of the $1 million Thailand Golf Championship as he on Sunday carded five-under 67 that gave him a credible tied seventh position but it wasn't enough for qualification to next year's first Major at the British Open.
INDIA's JYOTI RANDHWA (five-under 67) and S.S.P. Chawrasia (68) continued their upward march in the $1 million Thailand Golf Championship as they finished tied ninth and tied 14th after the third and penultimate round here on Saturday.
GAGANJEET BHULLAR AND S. CHIKKA scored matching three-under 69s to share the 12th spot after the opening round of the $1 million Thailand Golf Championship at the Amata Spring Country Club in Thailand on Thursday.
S.S.P. CHAWRASIA and in-form Himmat Rai will lead Indian challenge in the $1 million Thailand Golf Championship starting in Chonburi on Thursday as the players battle to consolidate their positions in the Asian Tour Order of Merit.
INDIA'S LEADING GOLFER Anirban Lahiri scored even-par 72 to finish tied 17th with a four-day total of four-under 284 in his debut at the $3.5 million Hero World Challenge at the Albany Golf Course in Albany.
ANIRBAN LAHIRI went through a disappointing third and penultimate round of one-over 73 that saw him take 15th position in the $3.5 million Hero World Challenge at the Albany Golf Course in Albany.
HIMMAT RAI failed to beat Spaniard Sergio Garcia in the extra hole play-off to finish joint runner-up in the $1.5 million Ho Tram Open in Vietnam on Sunday.
INDIA'S LEADING GOLFER Anirban Lahiri carded two-under 70 to drop four places be tied 14th on a two-day total of five-under 139 in the $3.5 million Hero World Challenge at the Albany Golf Course here.
GAGANJEET BHULLAR, RAHIL GANGJEE AND HIMMAT RAI shot matching five-under 66s in the opening round to share the seventh spot in the $1.5 million Ho Tram Open in Vietnam on Thursday.
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