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Dublin, Ohio, USA, 03 Jun 2018

Lahiri closes with a 73 at the Memorial Tournament, slips to tied 37th

Anirban Lahiri (71-69-69-73) closed his campaign at the PGA Tour’s Memorial Tournament at Dublin, Ohio, with a final round of one-over-73. He thus slipped 16 places to tied 37th at six-under-282.

The tournament was won by American Bryson DeChambeau who prevailed in a playoff over compatriot Kyle Stanley and Korean Byeong Hun An.

Anirban, lying overnight tied 21st, sank four birdies at the cost of three bogeys and a double bogey on Sunday.
 

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