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.
Jeev Milkha Singh overcame a double bogey start to finish at one-under 71 and was placed at tied 52nd, though some players were still on the course at the BMW International Open at Golfclub Munchen Eichenried.
Anirban Lahiri held his nerve in the closing stages despite two late bogeys to card two-over 73 that gave him a good chance of staying on for the weekend at the Dubai Duty Free Irish Open hosted by the Rory Foundation.
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.
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".
Jeev Milkha Singh ran into a four-hole bogey streak on the back nine and made an early exit from the Africa Open Golf Challenge even as England's Matt Ford takes a one shot lead into the weekend after carding a second round six under par 66.