Anirban Lahiri and Jeev Milkha Singh finished their BMW PGA Championship campaign strongly as Lahiri managed 55th place when Jeev ended tied for 51st.
Jeev Slips in the final rounds of BMW PGA Championship
Jeev was well placed on the 35th position overnight but he slipped on the final day thanks to a 74. Six bogeys were what worked against Jeev as he only managed four birdies to counter. Elsewhere, Lahiri had a couple of birdies himself. Lahiri produced them in the fourth and eighteenth holes when he found setbacks in the second, seventh and the fifteenth.
“It was on the third day, that I probably played the best golf of the week. Yet, it was frustrating to drop so many shots. I was not been able to stop dropping shots when I get into a spot of bother. Still, I have to admit overall the game seems to be improving,” Lahiri said after the tournament. ,
The championship was eventually won by Byeong hun-An. He finished the final round with seven under 65 and snatched his maiden title. Overall, Byeong finished 21 under 267, which was a record in the championship. Overnight leader of the pack Francesco Molinari finished fifth after he produced five bogeys and a double bogey on the final day of the BMW PGA Championship.
Jeev and Lahiri will now move on to the Irish Open. Shiv Kapur will also be there to represent India in the tournament.
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