BMW PGA Championship: Indian Golfers Pushing Hard

Indian golfers Jeev Milkha Singh and Anirban Lahiri, the Indian representatives that made the cut at the BMW PGA Championship and are pushing hard in order to stay afloat at the BMW PGA Championship.

Lahiri Shoots Even and Jeev Milkha Singh tied for 37th in the BMW PGA Championship

Anirban Lahiri and Jeev Milkha Singh are the only two remaining Indian golfers in the BMW PGA Championships after Shiv Kapur and SSP Chowrasia crashed out earlier in the tournament.


Anirban Lahiri is tied for 50th

Jeev had a roller coaster ride on the day as it was filled with bogeys and birdies. He however picked up well and managed an eagle on the 18th hole to finish two under 70. The finish secured him a tied for 37th place.

Lahiri on the other hand ended the day tied for 50th after he produced a birdie in the 18th. Lahiri had early scored three birdies and two bogeys in between the third hole and sixth hole. Two more bogeys in the 12th and 13th hole proved to be another setback for him.

Both Lahiri and Jeev will have to make up some quality ground on Sunday if they are to make headway on the leaderboard.

“Yes quite a topsy-turvy round. I had a bad start (bogeys on first two hole) and some poor putting had me in trouble. But it was nice to make a few birdies towards the end though. Yet, it was disappointing to finish with a bogey thanks to a bad break off the tee. I (still) have a good opportunity to make up some ground over the weekend,” Lahiri said.

It would be interesting to see how the Indian golfers fare in the next set of the BMW PGA championship. Tune into Sports Rediscovered for all the latest news and updates on the BMW PGA Championships.

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