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  • Charlotte, North Carolina, 13 Aug 17

    Lahiri closes week with a disappointing 78

    Anirban Lahiri ended his campaign at the 99th PGA Championship with a disappointing seven-over-78 at the Quail Hollow Club on Sunday.

    He had nine bogeys and two birdies on the last day which saw him finish at 15-over-299 in 75th place.

    “Well I was beaten by Quail Hollow and hopefully I can come back and make it up,” said Lahiri
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  • Charlotte, North Carolina, 12 Aug 17

    Lahiri slips further after a forgettable 76 in round three

    Anirban Lahiri had a day to forget after ending round three with a five-over-76 at the PGA Championship on Saturday.

    The 2015 Asian Tour number one traded three birdies, four bogeys and two disappointing double bogeys after struggling with a cold putter at the Quail Hollow Club. Lahiri is currently tied for 68th place with a total of eight-over-221
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  • Charlotte, North Carolina, 11 Aug 17

    Anirban slips to tied 46th after second round of 73

    Anirban Lahiri endured a poor front-nine before making a timely recovery on the back-nine to find himself in the money rounds of the PGA Championship. The Indian star posted a two-over-73 in the second round that took his total to three-over-145 and placed him tied 46th.

    Anirban (72-73), playing in his fourth successive PGA Championship, slipped 13 places from his overnight tied 33rd as most of his putts from inside 10 feet refused to drop for the second day running
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  • Charlotte, North Carolina, 10 Aug 17

    Lahiri salvages opening round with late surge, placed tied 33rd

    Anirban Lahiri made a slow start at the PGA Championship on Thursday but managed to pull it back with a couple of birdies towards the end of round one to shoot a respectable one-over-72 that placed him tied 33rd.

    Dane Thorbjorn Olesen and American Kevin Kisner were the joint leaders at four-under-67.

    Lahiri, who opened with a bogey and three-putted twice on Thursday, was three-over after eight holes
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  • Bengaluru, 06 Aug 17

    Khalin Joshi bags career-best second at TAKE Solutions Masters, finishes two behind champion Poom Saksansin of Thailand

    India’s Khalin Joshi bagged his career-best Asian Tour finish, a second place, at the inaugural TAKE Solutions Masters, a US$300,000 event co-sanctioned by the Asian Tour and PGTI. Joshi posted a valiant final round of four-under-67 at his home course, the Karnataka Golf Association (KGA), to end up with a total of 14-under-270, two behind champion Poom Saksansin of Thailand.

    Khalin Joshi (68-67-68-67), whose previous best on the Asian Tour was tied second at the 2015 Bashundhara Bangladesh Open, went one better with his lone second finish in front of his home crowd on Sunday
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