Resurgent Anirban Lahiri Eyes Title Tilt At Texas Open With Masters In Mind

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Publish Date : 2022-03-29 00:00:00


Resurgent Anirban Lahiri Eyes Title Tilt At Texas Open With Masters In Mind

A buoyant Anirban Lahiri will tee up at the Texas Open starting on Thursday with every intention of challenging for a victory to earn a coveted place in the Masters Tournament. The Indian star enjoyed a career highlight with a runner up finish at THE PLAYERS Championship, the PGA Tour's flagship tournament, at TPC Sawgrass two weeks ago and is determined to build on his resurgence at TPC San Antonio which hosts this week's USD 86 million tournaments. "Who doesn't think about the Masters? We all do. I understand I'm going to need a win, just like everyone else who are not already in Augusta will be hoping to do so," said Anirban Lahiri. The Masters Tournament, the year's first major, begins at Augusta National Golf Club next week with Japan's Hideki Matsuyama defending his title. The winner in Texas, who is not otherwise exempt, will receive the final spot in the Masters field. Lahiri has featured twice at Augusta National, finishing T49 and T42 in 2015 and 2016 respectively and those were the years when Lahiri felt he was playing some of his best golf. The 34-year-old was back to his old self a fortnight ago when he led into the final round at THE PLAYERS before finishing second to Australia's Cameron Smith which saw him earn a career-high US$218 million. "I'm looking forward to going back out. I've watched a lot of the WGCDell Technologies Match Play (last week), a lot of friends battling it out and it makes me want to go out and play golf. I'm excited. I've had a nice 10 days off at home but we had a few struggles. My little daughter picked up a little infection and we have all been fighting a bit of a cough and cold but we're towards the end of it, " said Lahiri.

A buoyant Anirban Lahiri will tee up at the Texas Open starting on Thursday with every intention of challenging for a victory to earn a coveted place in the Masters Tournament. The Indian star enjoyed a career highlight with a runner up finish at THE PLAYERS Championship, the PGA Tour's flagship tournament, at TPC Sawgrass two weeks ago and is determined to build on his resurgence at TPC San Antonio which hosts this week's USD 86 million tournaments. "Who doesn't think about the Masters? We all do. I understand I'm going to need a win, just like everyone else who are not already in Augusta will be hoping to do so," said Anirban Lahiri. The Masters Tournament, the year's first major, begins at Augusta National Golf Club next week with Japan's Hideki Matsuyama defending his title. The winner in Texas, who is not otherwise exempt, will receive the final spot in the Masters field. Lahiri has featured twice at Augusta National, finishing T49 and T42 in 2015 and 2016 respectively and those were the years when Lahiri felt he was playing some of his best golf. The 34-year-old was back to his old self a fortnight ago when he led into the final round at THE PLAYERS before finishing second to Australia's Cameron Smith which saw him earn a career-high US$218 million. "I'm looking forward to going back out. I've watched a lot of the WGCDell Technologies Match Play (last week), a lot of friends battling it out and it makes me want to go out and play golf. I'm excited. I've had a nice 10 days off at home but we had a few struggles. My little daughter picked up a little infection and we have all been fighting a bit of a cough and cold but we're towards the end of it, " said Lahiri.A buoyant Anirban Lahiri will tee up at the Texas Open starting on Thursday with every intention of challenging for a victory to earn a coveted place in the Masters Tournament. The Indian star enjoyed a career highlight with a runner up finish at THE PLAYERS Championship, the PGA Tour's flagship tournament, at TPC Sawgrass two weeks ago and is determined to build on his resurgence at TPC San Antonio which hosts this week's USD 86 million tournaments. "Who doesn't think about the Masters? We all do. I understand I'm going to need a win, just like everyone else who are not already in Augusta will be hoping to do so," said Anirban Lahiri. The Masters Tournament, the year's first major, begins at Augusta National Golf Club next week with Japan's Hideki Matsuyama defending his title. The winner in Texas, who is not otherwise exempt, will receive the final spot in the Masters field. Lahiri has featured twice at Augusta National, finishing T49 and T42 in 2015 and 2016 respectively and those were the years when Lahiri felt he was playing some of his best golf. The 34-year-old was back to his old self a fortnight ago when he led into the final round at THE PLAYERS before finishing second to Australia's Cameron Smith which saw him earn a career-high US$218 million. "I'm looking forward to going back out. I've watched a lot of the WGCDell Technologies Match Play (last week), a lot of friends battling it out and it makes me want to go out and play golf. I'm excited. I've had a nice 10 days off at home but we had a few struggles. My little daughter picked up a little infection and we have all been fighting a bit of a cough and cold but we're towards the end of it, " said Lahiri.A buoyant Anirban Lahiri will tee up at the Texas Open starting on Thursday with every intention of challenging for a victory to earn a coveted place in the Masters Tournament. The Indian star enjoyed a career highlight with a runner up finish at THE PLAYERS Championship, the PGA Tour's flagship tournament, at TPC Sawgrass two weeks ago and is determined to build on his resurgence at TPC San Antonio which hosts this week's USD 86 million tournaments. "Who doesn't think about the Masters? We all do. I understand I'm going to need a win, just like everyone else who are not already in Augusta will be hoping to do so," said Anirban Lahiri. The Masters Tournament, the year's first major, begins at Augusta National Golf Club next week with Japan's Hideki Matsuyama defending his title. The winner in Texas, who is not otherwise exempt, will receive the final spot in the Masters field. Lahiri has featured twice at Augusta National, finishing T49 and T42 in 2015 and 2016 respectively and those were the years when Lahiri felt he was playing some of his best golf. The 34-year-old was back to his old self a fortnight ago when he led into the final round at THE PLAYERS before finishing second to Australia's Cameron Smith which saw him earn a career-high US$218 million. "I'm looking forward to going back out. I've watched a lot of the WGCDell Technologies Match Play (last week), a lot of friends battling it out and it makes me want to go out and play golf. I'm excited. I've had a nice 10 days off at home but we had a few struggles. My little daughter picked up a little infection and we have all been fighting a bit of a cough and cold but we're towards the end of it, " said Lahiri.A buoyant Anirban Lahiri will tee up at the Texas Open starting on Thursday with every intention of challenging for a victory to earn a coveted place in the Masters Tournament. The Indian star enjoyed a career highlight with a runner up finish at THE PLAYERS Championship, the PGA Tour's flagship tournament, at TPC Sawgrass two weeks ago and is determined to build on his resurgence at TPC San Antonio which hosts this week's USD 86 million tournaments. "Who doesn't think about the Masters? We all do. I understand I'm going to need a win, just like everyone else who are not already in Augusta will be hoping to do so," said Anirban Lahiri. The Masters Tournament, the year's first major, begins at Augusta National Golf Club next week with Japan's Hideki Matsuyama defending his title. The winner in Texas, who is not otherwise exempt, will receive the final spot in the Masters field. Lahiri has featured twice at Augusta National, finishing T49 and T42 in 2015 and 2016 respectively and those were the years when Lahiri felt he was playing some of his best golf. The 34-year-old was back to his old self a fortnight ago when he led into the final round at THE PLAYERS before finishing second to Australia's Cameron Smith which saw him earn a career-high US$218 million. "I'm looking forward to going back out. I've watched a lot of the WGCDell Technologies Match Play (last week), a lot of friends battling it out and it makes me want to go out and play golf. I'm excited. I've had a nice 10 days off at home but we had a few struggles. My little daughter picked up a little infection and we have all been fighting a bit of a cough and cold but we're towards the end of it, " said Lahiri.A buoyant Anirban Lahiri will tee up at the Texas Open starting on Thursday with every intention of challenging for a victory to earn a coveted place in the Masters Tournament. The Indian star enjoyed a career highlight with a runner up finish at THE PLAYERS Championship, the PGA Tour's flagship tournament, at TPC Sawgrass two weeks ago and is determined to build on his resurgence at TPC San Antonio which hosts this week's USD 86 million tournaments. "Who doesn't think about the Masters? We all do. I understand I'm going to need a win, just like everyone else who are not already in Augusta will be hoping to do so," said Anirban Lahiri. The Masters Tournament, the year's first major, begins at Augusta National Golf Club next week with Japan's Hideki Matsuyama defending his title. The winner in Texas, who is not otherwise exempt, will receive the final spot in the Masters field. Lahiri has featured twice at Augusta National, finishing T49 and T42 in 2015 and 2016 respectively and those were the years when Lahiri felt he was playing some of his best golf. The 34-year-old was back to his old self a fortnight ago when he led into the final round at THE PLAYERS before finishing second to Australia's Cameron Smith which saw him earn a career-high US$218 million. "I'm looking forward to going back out. I've watched a lot of the WGCDell Technologies Match Play (last week), a lot of friends battling it out and it makes me want to go out and play golf. I'm excited. I've had a nice 10 days off at home but we had a few struggles. My little daughter picked up a little infection and we have all been fighting a bit of a cough and cold but we're towards the end of it, " said Lahiri.A buoyant Anirban Lahiri will tee up at the Texas Open starting on Thursday with every intention of challenging for a victory to earn a coveted place in the Masters Tournament. The Indian star enjoyed a career highlight with a runner up finish at THE PLAYERS Championship, the PGA Tour's flagship tournament, at TPC Sawgrass two weeks ago and is determined to build on his resurgence at TPC San Antonio which hosts this week's USD 86 million tournaments. "Who doesn't think about the Masters? We all do. I understand I'm going to need a win, just like everyone else who are not already in Augusta will be hoping to do so," said Anirban Lahiri. The Masters Tournament, the year's first major, begins at Augusta National Golf Club next week with Japan's Hideki Matsuyama defending his title. The winner in Texas, who is not otherwise exempt, will receive the final spot in the Masters field. Lahiri has featured twice at Augusta National, finishing T49 and T42 in 2015 and 2016 respectively and those were the years when Lahiri felt he was playing some of his best golf. The 34-year-old was back to his old self a fortnight ago when he led into the final round at THE PLAYERS before finishing second to Australia's Cameron Smith which saw him earn a career-high US$218 million. "I'm looking forward to going back out. I've watched a lot of the WGCDell Technologies Match Play (last week), a lot of friends battling it out and i



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