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Lahiri tied fourth at Yeangder TPC, Rashid secures tied eighth
Taipei
14 Sep 14
India’s Anirban Lahiri (73-66-68-73) finished tied for fourth on eight-under-280 at the Yeangder Tournament Players Championship (TPC), a US$500,000 Asian Tour event, on Sunday. Lahiri finished three shots behind the eventual winner Prom Meesawat of Thailand.

Meesawat and Miguel Tabuena of the Philippines had ended the regulation 72 holes with matching scores of 11-under-277. Meesawat finally outclassed Tabuena on the second extra hole to capture a long-awaited second Asian Tour title Read More>>
 
Lahiri in joint second going into the final round of Yeangder TPC
Gangjee, Rashid and Chiragh in top-20
Taipei
13 Sep 14
India’s Anirban Lahiri (73-66-68) lies tied second, one behind leader Miguel Tabuena of the Philippines, after round three of the Yeangder Tournament Players Championship (TPC), a US$500,000 Asian Tour event. Lahiri shares second place with Thai veteran Thaworn Wiratchant at nine-under-207.
 
Home hero Yeh Wei-tze is in joint fourth place along with Prom Meesawat of Thailand and two-time PGA Tour winner Daniel Chopra of Sweden on a 208 total.  
 
A tired Lahiri, currently placed second on the Asian Tour Order of Merit, struggled in the closing stages after feeling the effects of jetlag Read More>>
 
Lahiri fires a 66 to be tied fourth at the halfway stage in Taipei
Rashid placed tied 13th
Taipei
12 Sep 14
Indian star Anirban Lahiri fired the low round of six-under-66 at the halfway stage of the Yeangder Tournament Players Championship (TPC) to stay hot on the heels of the leaders on Friday.

The four-time Asian Tour winner fired six birdies on his homeward nine for a two-day total of five-under-par 139 to stay two shots back from joint leaders Antonio Lascuna of the Philippines and Cameron Smith of Australia at the US$500,000 Asian Tour event.

Lahiri, currently ranked second on the Order of Merit, struggled to an opening 73 but produced a brilliant fight-back without making any bogeys to put himself in a good position to challenge for a fifth Asian Tour victory.

“I have been waiting for this to happen Read More>>
 

Ranking
Sr Player Prize Money
1CHIKKARANGAPPA S
 15,69,844
2RASHID KHAN
 14,78,600
3SHUBHANKAR SHARMA
 13,55,350
4MITHUN PERERA
 12,31,550
5ANIRBAN LAHIRI
 12,25,825
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