Anirban Lahiri misses cut at fedex st jude championship

Anirban Lahiri misses cut at fedex st jude championship

GOLF: Lahiri misses cut at FedEx St. Jude Championship

Indian golfer Anirban Lahiri missed the cut at FedEx St. Jude Championship and will be watching the leader board over the weekend to see if he makes the field for next week’s BMW Championship.

Lahiri, who shot one-over par on the first day, needed a low round to get into the weekend, but a late double bogey ruined his chances as he shot one-under 69 and missed the cut by two shots.

At even for two rounds, he ended 80th.

The cut fell at 1-under and among those missing it was World No. 1 Scottie Scheffler.

The missed cut meant Lahiri is currently projected to drop to 70th place on the FedExCup standings after entering the week in 63rd. It will be a nervous weekend as only the top-70 after the FedEx St. Jude Championship advance into next week’s BMW Championship.

-PTI

Diksha and Aditi survive cut in Northern Ireland; Doherty leads

Diksha Dagar and Aditi Ashok ensured Indian presence over the weekend at the ISPS Handa World Invitational as they made the halfway cut in the USD 1.5 million tournament.

Diksha carded an even par 72 at the Massereene Golf Club with four birdies against as many bogeys. Along with her first round 73 on Par-73 Galgorm Castle course, she was even for two rounds and T-45.

Aditi shot an even par 73 following a 1-over 73. She was 1-over for two rounds and T-55.

India’s third player in the field, Tvesa Malik (77-76) missed the cut as she continued to struggle with her form.

Amanda Doherty continued her impressive form shooting a round of 5-under 67 to lead by one shot at the midway mark.

The cut fell at 1 over with 62 players making it through. 

-PTI

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