A. Lahiri Olympic Games Tokyo 2020

Born on June 29, 1987, A. Lahiri competes as a professional golfer for India. He’s competed on multiple tours around the world, including the Asian Tour, European Tour, PGA Tour, and LIV Golf. The A. Lahiri are originally from Bengal.

At age eight, he picked up the game from his father, a military doctor and avid golfer.

Anirban Lahiri Olympic Games Tokyo 2020

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A. Lahiri Olympic Games Tokyo 2020

The two would play a quick round of chipping and putting for 15 minutes before it got too dark, as A. Lahiri recalls. That’s where things got their start.

As a result of the pandemic, Lahiri was unable to leave India and played in only 15 PGA Tour events that year, putting him at 219th in the FedEx Cup standings.

Due to the pandemic’s effects on postponing and cancelling events, A. Lahiri was able to keep his PGA Tour card for the 2021 season.

He tied for third place at the Barbasol Championship and finished 118th in the FedEx Cup, good enough to keep his PGA Tour card for the 2022 season.

A. Lahiri Retires at T-42 in Tokyo, and American Schauffele Wins Gold

Once inside the Top 10, A. Lahiri dropped out of the running after opening the week with a stellar 67.

In the following three rounds, he shot 72, 68, and 72 for a 5-under 283. In the 2016 Olympics in Rio, he placed 57th.

Following a final-round score of 72, Indian golfer Anirban Lahiri finished his second Olympic competition in a tie for 42nd place.

After starting the week with a stellar 67 and sitting inside the Top 10, Lahiri dropped to a 5-under 283 after rounds of 72, 68, and 72.

In the Olympic competition held in Rio de Janeiro in 2016, he placed 57th.


On Sunday at Kasumigaseki Country Club, Indian golfers A. Lahiri and Udayan Mane ended their Olympic campaign on a disappointing note.

A. Lahiri, who was tied for 28th going into the final round, shot a final-round one-over 72 and finished with a five-under 279 total, good for 42nd place (67, 72, 68, 72).

Although A. Lahiri eventually placed 57th at the 2016 Olympics in Rio, he was tied for eighth after the first round before he lost steam. On Sunday, the 34-year-old player recorded four bogeys and three birdies.


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