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Lahiri at T64, Theegala Missed the Cut

Posted by Admin 11 Oct 2021

Written by: Manvi Singh


The Shriners Children’s Open witnessed a tied 64 for Indian golfer Anirban Lahiri while Indian-American golfer Sahith Theegala missed the cut. 




Struggling a windy day, Indian golfer Anirban Lahiri slipped down the leaderboard from Tied 30 to 54 at the Shriners Children's Open on Day 3 as he finished T64 on the final day. 


The final day play included four birdies and four bogeys that made him slip down the leaderboard further at 6 under along with a total of 278 as he carded 65-70-72-71 for his four-day play at the PGA Tour event. 


Alongside, Indian-American golfer, Sahith Theegala missed the cut for the tournament. 


The South Korean golfer, Sungjae Im lifted the trophy as he finished at 24 under after the conclusion of the tournament, 4 shots ahead of the runner-up American golfer Matthew Wolff. Three tournaments into the season, he earned his second career PGA TOUR victory in commanding fashion at the Shriners Children’s Open.


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