CHANCHAL LAHIRI MISSING
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Anirban Lahiri misses cut despite carding 70
Lahiri started on the 10th and had just one birdie and one bogey on the back nine of the Torrey Pines (North) and then added two birdies on the second nine
Shubhankar cuts in late
At five over with nine to play, the young Indian shot four birdies to earn a pass into a major weekend for the first time
Embrace the discomfort
A little beyond the shop lay the spectator village, a sprawling area of food and entertainment, couching guests in the comfort needed to dull the pain from walking this difficult course.
Golf-Lahiri finds water three times at 18th hole
GOLF-PLAYERS/LAHIRI:Golf-Lahiri finds water three times at 18th hole
Lahiri finds water three times at 18th hole
GOLF-PLAYERS-LAHIRI:Lahiri finds water three times at 18th hole
President's Cup will be an experience of a lifetime: Anirban Lahiri
At that time, all Lahiri wanted was a full card on the European Tour and then gradually move to the PGA Tour.
Anirban Lahiri's 3-foot miss proves costly for Internationals, US win
"I am gutted," said Lahiri, who admitted that he just could not come to terms with the greens and putted the worst in his life.
Anirban Lahiri wins Long Drive Golf Competition at Whistling Straits
Lahiri, 28, winner of the Malaysian Open and Hero Indian Open, which catapulted him into the Top-50 of the world -- he is now No. 53 in the rankings -- was pleased.
Anirban Lahiri concludes Augusta Masters campaign at tied 49th
Lahiri became only the second Indian to make the cut at the Masters and despite playing all four rounds, he was disappointed.
Indian golfer Anirban Lahiri closes in on PGA card, finishes T-16th in North Carolina
Lahiri all but assured himself of a PGA Tour card for the coming season after signing off a creditable tied 16th at the Small Business Connection Championships here.
Anirban Lahiri lifts Indian Golf to new heights
He savoured unprecedented success, dominating the headlines with his record-breaking achievements, which included two European tour titles and a fifth place finish at a Major.
Target is to be in the Top-50: Anirban Lahiri
I know I will come back, it will help at that time. In Asia, when I played I had been around most of the courses and I knew what to do, says Anirban Lahiri.
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