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featuresports3 months ago

2021 Tokyo Olympics | Meet your Olympians - Indian Golf Team

Indian golfers Anirban Lahiri and Aditi Ashok have already appeared at the 2016 Rio Olympics and both of them have also booked their tickets for the 2021 Tokyo Games. However, 30-year old Udayan Mane, who qualified after Argentine Emiliano Grillo withdrew, is set to make his debut at the Games.
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newssports3 months ago

2021 Tokyo Olympics | Aditi Ashok becomes first female Indian golfer to qualify for the Games

Indian golfer Aditi Ashok qualified for the 2021 Tokyo Olympics, as per the final list that was announced by the Golf Federation, on Tuesday. The only Indian on the LPGA Tour, the Bengaluru-based golfer will be making her second appearance at the Games, after appearing at the 2016 Rio Olympics.
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newssports3 months ago

2021 Tokyo Olympics | Golfer Anirban Lahiri qualifies for the Games

Veteran Indian golfer Anirban Lahiri qualified for the 2021 Tokyo Olympics by virtue of claiming the last spot available in the final rankings. The Pune-based athlete made his Olympics debut in Rio, five years ago, having finished at the 57th spot with a total score of 294 in the men’s event.
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newssports2 years ago

Indian Golf Round-up | Aditi Ashok makes the cut in US; Anika Varma, Tvesa Malik tied-9th at Indian Open

In the Women’s Indian Open, Tvesa Malik and Anika Verma are tied-ninth at one-under-par 215 while Aditi Ashok scored an even-par 71 to make the cut at tied 32nd position at the LPGA Tour. Aditi scored three birdies and as many bogeys but managed to make the cut at Volunteers of America Classic.
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newssports2 years ago

Indian Golf Round-up | Shubhankar Sharma finishes 17th after dropping from tied third overnight at the PGA Championships

Indian golfer Shubhankar Sharma had a disappointing final round as he slid from overnight tied third to finish tied 17th at the BMW PGA Championships in Wentworth, United Kingdom. While Anirban Lahiri finished tied 45th in the USA, Aditi Ashok finished best Indian at Ladies French Open.
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newssports2 years ago

Anirban Lahiri withdraws from KFT tournament to help protect family against hurricane

Anirban Lahiri has announced his decision to miss out on this week’s Korn Ferry Tour Championship in order to help prepare his Florida-based family against an approaching hurricane. He has already regained his PGA Tour playing card and will return to action in a fortnight’s time.
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newssports2 years ago

Anirban Lahiri within striking distance of getting back his PGA Tour card

Indian golfer Anirban Lahiri moved within striking distance of getting back his PGA Tour card, after turning in 3-under after the first nine holes in the opening round of the Albertsons Boise Open in Boise, USA. This tournament is the second of three events in the Korn Ferry Series finals.
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newssports2 years ago

Nationwide Children’s Hospital Championships | Anirban Lahiri slips after being on top, Shubhankar Sharma eliminated

Anirban Lahiri continued his momentum from the first day to go on top for a while before a lapse in concentration saw him finish at the eighth spot at the end of the day. Meanwhile, compatriot Shubhankar Sharma failed to progress to the next round after a dismal performance saw him miss the cut.
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newssports2 years ago

Wyndham offers Anirban Lahiri last chance to make season-end playoffs, Diksha Dagar looking forward to British Open debut

Anirban Lahiri will be taking the field for the last time this season when he tees off at the Wyndham Championship on Thursday unless a strong campaign helps him qualify for the playoffs. Meanwhile, Diksha Dagar will be the only Indian competing in the British Open and is excited for the honour.
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newssports2 years ago

Golf round-up | Shubhankar Sharma finishes Tied-34th in Scotland; Anirban Lahiri ends Tied-47th

India’s Shubhankar Sharma shot a score of 67 in the final round of Scottish Open to finish Tied-34th on Monday. Meanwhile, veteran golfer Anirban Lahiri carded a three-under 68, which was his third straight round in the 60s, to finish Tied-47th at the John Deere Classic over the weekend.
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