Golf 2014: Lahiri, Rashid rise; veterans struggle
Golf 2014: Lahiri, Rashid rise; veterans struggle

Success eluded them on the European and the PGA Tour but Indian golfers enjoyed a decent run in Asia with rising talents Rashid Khan and Anirban Lahiri sharing four titles between them even as some seasoned veterans struggled in a mixed year for the sport.

Atwal, Gangjee, Chowrasia in fray at year-end PGTI meet
Atwal, Gangjee, Chowrasia in fray at year-end PGTI meet

First Indian to win the PGA Tour, Arjun Atwal will be the cynosure of all eyes in the year-end PGTI McLeod Russel Tour golf championship, beginning December 25 here.

David Lipsky seals Asian Tour Order of Merit top spot
David Lipsky seals Asian Tour Order of Merit top spot

David Lipsky was crowned the 2014 Asian Tour Order of Merit champion on Sunday despite a plucky showing by closest rival Anirban Lahiri at the Thailand Golf Championship.

Anirban Lahiri misses title but clinches spot for British Open
Anirban Lahiri misses title but clinches spot for British Open

Indian golfer Anirban Lahiri missed out on the title and the Asian Tour Order of Merit trophy, but earned a spot in the prestigious British Open after ending tied sixth with a card of one-over 73 in the final round of the USD one million Thailand Championship.

Marcus Fraser takes over at the top in Thailand
Marcus Fraser takes over at the top in Thailand

Australia`s Marcus Fraser battled his way into a one-stroke lead after firing a two-under 70 in the third round of the US$1 million Thailand Golf Championship at the Amata Spring Country Club on Saturday.

Anirban Lahiri moves into second place after round 3 of Thai C'ship
Anirban Lahiri moves into second place after round 3 of Thai C'ship

A win at the Thailand Golf Championships could open a whole new world for Anirban Lahiri and he put himself up in a perfect position to clinch his third title of the season, reaching the second place after the penultimate round of the Asian Tour event here on Saturday.

Anirban Lahiri stays patient, placed ninth at Thai Golf Championships
Anirban Lahiri stays patient, placed ninth at Thai Golf Championships

Anirban Lahiri kept his cool and stayed patient on a difficult scoring day as he battled to a second-round card of one-over-par 73 to stay in contention for the Order of Merit race and also the US$1 million Thailand Golf Championship, here on Friday.

Tired Anirban Lahiri resumes merit chase at Thailand Golf Championship
Tired Anirban Lahiri resumes merit chase at Thailand Golf Championship

 Anirban Lahiri of India admits he is running low on gas as he continues to chase Order of Merit leader David Lipsky of the United States at the Thailand Golf Championship which starts here on Thursday.

David Lipsky closes in on Merit crown ahead of Anirban Lahiri
David Lipsky closes in on Merit crown ahead of Anirban Lahiri

With the finish line in sight, American David Lipsky stayed in prime position ahead of Indian golfer Anirban Lahiri to lift the 2014 Asian Tour’s Order of Merit crown with two events remaining.

Jyoti Randhawa impresses as Anirban Lahiri stumbles in Indonesia Open
Jyoti Randhawa impresses as Anirban Lahiri stumbles in Indonesia Open

Indian golfer Jyoti Randhawa produced a brilliant fourth and final round to finish tied seventh while compatriot Anirban Lahiri had a difficult outing and had to be content with a tied 15th place at the $750,000 BANK BRI Indonesia Open here Sunday.

Anirban Lahiri shoots second straight 66, moves into top-10 in Jakarta
Anirban Lahiri shoots second straight 66, moves into top-10 in Jakarta

Indian golfer Anirban Lahiri carded a superb five-under 66 to move to tied sixth in the weather-interrupted BANK BRI Indonesia Open before the third round was abandoned on Saturday.

Ernie Els predicts shot-makers will shine on his course
Ernie Els predicts shot-makers will shine on his course

Major champion Ernie Els believes the shot-makers from the Asian Tour will revel at the inaugural Dubai Open which will be staged at The Els Club here December 18-21.

Anirban Lahiri comes back in Round 2 at weather-hit Indonesia Open
Anirban Lahiri comes back in Round 2 at weather-hit Indonesia Open

Anirban Lahiri gave himself a fair chance to chase Order of Merit leader, David Lipsky as he Indian fired a superb five-under 66 to make amends for his first round 74 at the BANK BRI Indonesia Open on Friday.

Delhi golfer Rashid Khan targeting top 100 world ranking in 2015
Delhi golfer Rashid Khan targeting top 100 world ranking in 2015

Having made a spectacular rise from an obscure 600 in the world rankings to under 200 this year, up and coming young Indian golf professional Rashid Khan is determined to break into the top 100 in the New Year.

Anirban Lahiri eyes breakthrough at Thailand golf Championship
Anirban Lahiri eyes breakthrough at Thailand golf Championship

Ace Indian golfer Anirban Lahiri will make a concerted bid to break into the world top-50 when he tees off at next week's USD 1 million Thailand Golf Championship.

Atwal tied 3rd, Chowrasia, Gangjee tied 7th at Indonesia Open
Atwal tied 3rd, Chowrasia, Gangjee tied 7th at Indonesia Open

The Indian players were off to a great start at the the BANK BRI Indonesia Open here today, with three of them figuring in the top-10 at the end of the first round.

Anirban Lahiri inches closer to David Lipsky on Order of Merit
Anirban Lahiri inches closer to David Lipsky on Order of Merit

Top Indian golfer Anirban Lahiri closed the gap on Asian Tour Order of Merit leader David Lipsky of the United States after finishing tied second at the King's Cup.

Anirban Lahiri finishes joint second in Kings Cup
Anirban Lahiri finishes joint second in Kings Cup

Indian golfer Anirban Lahiri, who led from the opening day, finished joint second behind Thailand's Thaworn Wiratchant in the USD 500,000 King's Cup on Sunday.

Local hero Thaworn Wiratchan wears the crown in Thailand
Local hero Thaworn Wiratchan wears the crown in Thailand

Local hero Thaworn Wiratchant carded a five-under-par 67 in the final round to win the King`s Cup in Thailand by two strokes on Sunday for his 18th title on the Asian Tour.

Anirban Lahiri leads by one stroke in King's Cup
Anirban Lahiri leads by one stroke in King's Cup

Indian golfer Anirban Lahiri fired four-under 68 to enjoy a slender one-shot lead after the third round of the $500,000 King’s Cup at the par-72 Singha Park Khon Kaen Golf Club here on Saturday.