Heartbreak for Anirban Lahiri: Nightmarish quadruple bogey costs Indian golfer PGA Tour title in Kuala Lumpur
The only consolation for Lahiri was a good start to the 2016-17 season, which also produced his career-best finish at tied 3rd, bettering his tied 5th at 2015 PGA Championships.
Anirban Lahiri and Chiragh Kumar carded three-under 68 and 69 respectively.
Jeev Milkha Singh carded five-under 66 to get within sniffing distance of a top-10 as he was placed tied-11th at the halfway stage of the Portugal Masters here.
Jeev Milkha Singh made a modest start to his campaign at the Portugal Masters.
Indian golfers Anirban Lahiri and Chiragh Kumar shot four-under 67 and 66 respectively to take the joint second spot after the second round of the $1 million Venetian Macao Open here on Friday.
Young Indian golfer Rashid Khan will chase a third Asian Tour victory at the Panasonic Open India, New Delhi.
Brendan Steele charged one stroke clear after the opening round of the Frys.com Open on Thursday (October 15), though golfing heavyweights Rory McIlroy and Justin Rose were among those in hot pursuit.
Defending champion Anirban Lahiri got off to a great start at the USD 1 million Venetian Macao Open as he carded a five-under 66 that placed him tied fourth and two shots behind the leader Thailand's Thitiphun Chuayprakong (64) at the Par-71 Macau Golf and Country Club here.
Anirban Lahiri will defend the Venetian Macao Open, hoping to move past the disappointing Presidents Cup debut and also sealing the top spot of the Asian Tour season.
Indian star golfer Anirban Lahiri said he has overcome from his Presidents Cup heartbreak and is now aiming to defend his Venetian Macao Open title starting on Thursday.
Anirban Lahiri's miss on a three-foot putt on the 18th proved costly in the Presidents Cup.
Jeev Milkha Singh who shot two-over 73 in second round and followed it with an even par 71 is tied 49th after the third round at the British Masters son Saturday.
Anirban Lahiri will go up against Chris Kirk of the US in the singles match on the final day of the Presidents Cup, which hangs in balance at 9 to 8 for the Americans, who have lost only once in previous 10 editions.
Anirban Lahiri, returning to action after sitting out of two sessions, played his heart out but could not get the putter going in the Four-Ball in the fourth session of the Presidents Cup.
Rising Indian golfer S. Chikka fired an incredible seven-under 65 to share the eighth spot with compatriot Gaganjeet Bhullar, who scored 69 in the second round of the weather-shortened $500,000 Yeangder Tournament Players Championship here on Saturday.
Ace Indian golfer Anirban Lahiri will see action once again when he goes out with Adam Scott in the Four-ball on the third day of the Presidents Cup.
Retirement is still far away, I only hope that I will decide it and not my body.