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Indian Golfers are back with a bang and are creating ripples in the Indian Golfing circuit. And these star Indian Golfers are gracing the game like never before. It seems Anirban Lahiri has finally got his momentum. Lahiri totalled eight-under 276 but bogeys on the 14th and 16th on the tougher closing stretch saw him finish tied-seventh at the Nationwide Children’s Hospital Championship, the first of the three events in the Korn Ferry Series Finals.
Now, he moved within striking distance of getting back his PGA Tour card as he turned in 3-under after the first nine in the opening round of the Albertsons Boise Open.
Lahiri was Tied-5th three shots behind the current leader Tyler Duncan and Grayson Murray. This tournament is the second of three events in the Korn Ferry Series finals.
Things, however, did not start well for Shubhankar Sharma, who was two-over after six holes.
Aditi Ashok is also on a roll. He played a solid back nine containing three birdies for an opening-round 70. The Indian is lying T30 as she looks for a good note to finish a difficult season on the LPGA.
Young Indian golfer Diksha Dagar, the current runner-up on the Rookie of the Year rankings, is aiming for her second win of the season at the Euro 120,000 Tipsport Czech Ladies Open which tees off on Friday.
The 18-year-old golfer is the lone Indian representative in the 138-player strong international field which includes 50 from Ladies European Tour (LET), 50 from LET Access Series (LETAS), 10 Federation exchanges, 10 promoters LET invites and 18 Czech Golf Federation invites.