Anirban Lahiri put all that he had learnt at the Masters to good use by getting to the 18th tee in one-under for the round, before running into a back-breaking triple bogey in the first round of the RBC Heritage tournament, here on Friday.
Anirban Lahiri is going the full distance in terms of preparation and soaking in the atmosphere as he plays the pre-event traditional Par-3 which opens the official action at the Masters each year here.
Anirban Lahiri will fulfil a childhood dream when he makes his US Masters debut this week at the fabled Augusta National and the world number 34 is determined not to lose his way in the golfing "temple".
Anirban Lahiri finally found some form on American soil as he carded his best round of the past few weeks here with a three-under 69, but it was still not enough to keep him around for the weekend for the Shell Houston Open.
From the majestic Swiss Alps to the historic Delhi Golf Club, stars from the Asian Tour have blazed a trail of glory to reinforce the rise of the game in the Far East with India's Anirban Lahiri being among the top performers.
Anirban Lahiri handled the Blue Monster here much better with three birdies on the back nine, and it fetched him his best card of the week at two-over 74, but he continued to lie way down in tied 70th place at the World Golf Championships-Cadillac Championship.
Fresh off his Hero Indian Open win, star golfer Anirban Lahiri is now hoping his debut at this week's USD 9.25 million World Golf Championships-Cadillac Championship will lead him a step closer towards his dream of becoming India's first Major champion.
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.