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SHUBHANKAR MAKES INDIA PROUD TIED 9TH AT MAYBANK CHAMPIONSHIP
"It was fantastic playing with Shubhankar. I’ve watched him going through the ranks over the last few years with flying colours. To see him play as consistently and as tenaciously, today was an example of that. It’s really good sign for Indian golf to see him and Chikkaranggapa S. coming up."-Anirban Lahiri on Shubhankar Sharma.
Panasonic Open Golf Championship: Kapur finishes tied 5th at -8
Overnight leader Shiv Kapur of India posted a -8 total to finish in tied fifth place with Kodai Ichihara of Japan. Ichihara's compatriot Yuta Ikeda overtook the field shooting a -13 total to win the 150 million Yen (approximately US$ 1.27 million) event with a 3-stroke margin.
Lahiri savours 'special' taste of winning Order of Merit crown
India’s Anirban Lahiri described lifting the Order of Merit crown as ‘really special’. Lahiri enjoyed a stellar campaign this season where he won twice on the region’s premier Tour, broke into the world’s top-50, posted a top-five finish in a Major, qualified for his maiden Presidents Cup and earned his PGA Tour card.
UBS Hong Kong Open: Lahiri finishes tied 7th, Rose wins title by 1
India's Anirban Lahiri who had been piling pressure on the leaders during the previous round carded a final round +1 at the US$ 2 million event in Hong Kong. His total stood at -10 for a tie of 7th place. Justin Rose of England finished a shot ahead of Danish golfer Lucas Bjerregaard to claim the title at -17.
Macao Open: Lahiri and Kumar finish tied 2nd at -17
Indian duo of Anirban Lahiri and Chiragh Kumar finished tied 2nd on -17 after the final round of the US$ 1 million event, three shots behind title winner Scott Hend of Australia. Hend scored a -20 total to win the event twice in 3 years.
Indian Open: Lahiri is the hero
India’s Anirban Lahiri won his second title in three weeks after defeating countryman S.S.P. Chawrasia on the first play-off hole at the US$ 1.5 million event on Sunday being held at Delhi Golf Club. Both had scores tied at -7 in regulation play, Lahiri shooting a birdie for the play-off win.
Maybank Malaysian Open: Lahiri lifts biggest career title
Anirban Lahiri of India claimed the biggest victory of his burgeoning career yet with a gripping one-stroke victory over Austria's Bernd Wiesberger in the US$ 3 million event in Malaysia on Sunday. Lahiri scored a total -16 to secure the title.
Lahiri voted 2014 Asian Tour Players' Player of the Year
Anirban Lahiri of India has been voted as the 2014 Players’ Player of the Year by his fellow golfers on the Asian Tour where he won two titles and finished second on the Order of Merit.
Dubai Open: Atwal ends four-year title drought
Arjun Atwal of India won the inaugural US$ 500,000 event in Dubai by one shot over Korean teenager Wang Jeung-hun, carding a -16 tournament total. Fellow-Indians Gaganjeet Bhullar and Shiv Kapur finished tied 11th at -10.
Thailand Golf Championship 2014: Lahiri earns Open spot, Westwood wins
Anirban Lahiri of India signed off with a -3 total after the final day of the US$ 1 million event in Thailand, which earned him a well-deserved place for the 144th Open at St. Andrews in 2015. England's Lee Westwood claimed the win on Sunday with a -8 tournament total seeing off challenges from Martin Kaymer (GER) and Marcus Fraser (AUS).
 
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