Even as Anirban Lahiri is completely focused on doing duty for the International Team at the President's Cup beginning Thursday, his card and status for the PGA Tour for 2016 was confirmed on Sunday at the end of the Web.com Final Series.
The toast of Indian golf after his historic performance at the PGA championships, Anirban Lahiri says he is no longer intimidated by even the best in the world as his self belief has grown exponentially.
Anirban Lahiri went through contrasting emotions on a challenging Le National at the Alstom Open de France when he finished the first round at two-under 69 and then carded a very disappointing 77 in the second.
Anirban Lahiri, who shot into global limelight with his twin wins at the Malaysian and Hero Indian open, will be hoping to re-capture the same form as he comes back from a two-week break after the US Open to feature in the the Euro Alstom Open de France which begins here on Thursday.
All set for a fresh start after nearly recovering from a nagging shoulder injury thanks to the Regenokine treatment in Germany, seasoned Indian golfer Jeev Milkha Singh says he hopes to remain painfree in his second innings on the course.
World number one Chen Long and his illustrious compatriot Lin Dan will clash in the finals of the Malaysian Open on Sunday after both Chinese shuttlers overcame their opponents at the semi-final stage on Saturday.
Anirban Lahiri has been named The European Tour Race to Dubai Golfer of the month for February following the incredible run of form that saw the 27-year-old Indian win the Maybank Malaysian Open and the Hero Indian Open in the space of three weeks.