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Born: 1987-06-29, Pune, India
Nationality: IND
Height: 5' 9, Weight: 175lbs
Home: Palm Beach Gardens, Fl.
Turned Pro: 2007
Official World Golf Ranking: 560
Notes: Lahiri was introduced to the game at age 8 by his father Dr. Tushar Lahiri, a physician with the armed forces who was also a recreational golfer. Lahiri describes his parents as Bengali, and he speaks Bengali, but also speaks Punjabi and English. "I'm really proud of the fact that I'm a more national Indian, so to speak. I'm equally comfortable with different languages, cultures, foods," he says. Lahiri enjoys listening to music and gaming on his computer, smartphone or P...

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Anirban Lahiri

Lahiri was introduced to the game at age 8 by his father Dr. Tushar Lahiri, a physician with the armed forces who was also a recreational golfer. Lahiri describes his parents as Bengali, and he speaks Bengali, but also speaks Punjabi and English. "I'm really proud of the fact that I'm a more national Indian, so to speak. I'm equally comfortable with different languages, cultures, foods," he says. Lahiri enjoys listening to music and gaming on his computer, smartphone or PS2. He is a Vipassna meditation follower, saying it has helped him in golf. He was part of the Indian national team that included Gaganjeet Bhullar and won the team silver medal at the 2006 Doha Asian Games. Says his friendship with Bhullar has helped them to push each other to greater heights.
Lahiri joined the Asian Tour in 2008 when he played in 13 events and made eight cuts. His best finish was T-22nd at the Macau Open. Finished 111th on the Order of Merit.
He enjoyed a strong 2009 season, posting five top-10s in 15 starts, with a 4th-place finish at the Black Mountain Masters in Thailand, and a T-3rd at the Hero Honda Indian Open. Ranked 24th on the Order of Merit and credited mind coach, Dr. Pradeep Aggarwal, for improved focus.
2010 Notes: Made the cut in nine of 18 events. Came close to securing his first win on the Asian Tour when he battled into contention at the Johnnie Walker Cambodian Open, only to finish T-4th. His two other top-10s in 2010 were at the Worldwide Holdings Selangor Masters and Handa Singapore Classic. Finished 56th on the Order of Merit.
2011 Notes: Lahiri cemented himself as one of India's rising stars when he won his maiden Asian Tour title at the 2011 Panasonic Open India. He triumphed in a three-way playoff against compatriot Manav Jaini and Singapore veteran Mardan Mamat at the Delhi Golf Club, coming back from three strokes on the closing nine. Also registered two more top-10s in 16 starts, at the SAIL Open on home soil and Queen's Cup in Thailand. He finished 33rd on the Order of Merit.
2012 Notes: Enjoyed a memorable year when he won his second Asian Tour title at the SAIL-SBI Open in India after a playoff triumph over Prom Meesawat of Thailand. Also enjoyed four more top-10s in 19 starts. Made his successful major debut at the British Open, where he finished T-31st. Had an ace on the ninth hole during the third round. Finished the year 10th on the Asian Tour Order of Merit.
2013 Notes: Claimed his third Asian Tour victory on home soil when he defended his SAIL-SBI Open title by defeating compatriot Rashid Khan in a playoff. In 21 starts, he finished 2nd on three occasions and registered five other top-10s to end the season in 3rd place on the Order of Merit. By virtue of that ranking, he earned a spot to represent Team Asia at the inaugural EurAsia Cup presented by DRB-HICOM.
2014 Notes: Lahiri won twice on the Asian Tour in 17 starts. A victory at the CIMB Niaga Indonesian Masters, courtesy of a stunning last-hole eagle, was his first outside of India and led to his second title of the year when he defeated Scott Hend of Australia in the Venetian Macau Open. Was also part of Team Asia at the inaugural EurAsia Cup presented by DRB-HICOM. Challenged for the Order of Merit title before finishing 2nd to David Lipsky. In May, married his longtime girlfriend Ipsa Jamwal. Had to cut short his honeymoon to Madagascar by a couple of days to get ready for the British Open. He missed the cut at Hoylake and at the PGA Championship three weeks later. Two months later, after his win at the Macau Open, he played well at the CIMB Classic and WGC-HSBC Champions and decided to travel to Spain to try to earn his European Tour card. He did, finishing 17th.
2015 Notes: With his European Tour card in hand, he played his first event as a member at Abu Dhabi, finishing T-50th. Soon afterward, he enjoyed a memorable three-week stretch with the European Tour playing in Asia. First, he held off a strong field that included Lee Westwood and Bernd Wiesberger to win the Maybank Malaysian Open by one shot. He was helped by a stunning 10-under-par 62 in the third round. The next week, he finished T-21st at the True Thailand Classic, followed by a triumphant return home to India, where he won the Hero Indian Open, defeating S.S.P. Chawrasia in a playoff. The two wins vaulted him from 64th to 34th place in the world ranking, which secured an invitation to the WGC-Cadillac. There, he finished T-71st. The wins also got him into the Masters, where he finished T-49th and the U.S. Open, where he missed the cut. Finished 5th in Switzerland at the Omega European Masters. In his 16th PGA Tour start, he posted a 4-under 68 in the final round of the PGA Championship for a T-5th result. His finish at Whistling Straits in Wisconsin marked his first top-20 finish on Tour and is the top showing in a major championship by a native of India. The PGA Championship was his 12th start of the season (maximum for a non-member). Lahiri could not play in the Wyndham Championship despite his top-10 at the PGA Championship since he did not qualify for Special Temporary Membership (had 301 FedExCup points and needed 323). Named a member of the Presidents Cup International squad, becoming the first player from India to make the team. He went 0-3-0 in his three Presidents Cup matches. Played in two final series playoff events on the European Tour, and finished the year 20th in the Race to Dubai.
2016 Notes: Has 21 PGA Tour starts, making 16 cuts with one top-ten. Got his first top-10 of the year with a T-2nd at the Hero Indian Open, two behind winner S.S.P. Chawrasia. Was T-6th at the Dean & DeLuca, his best finish of the year. Was 119th in the FedExCup standings and 118th on the money list. Ended his year with a runner-up at the Venetian Macao Open on the Asian Tour, losing a playoff to Pavit Tangkamolprasert.
2017 Notes: Played in 22 events on the PGA Tour and made 14 cuts. Was in the top-ten three times and was 51st in the FedExCup rankings. Was T-7th at the Maybank Championship and then T-5th at the Hero India Open. His first top-ten on the PGA Tour was a T-2nd at the Memorial, he was three back of winner Jason Dufner. Ended his PGA Tour season with a T-9th at the BMW Championship. Capped the season with a second appearance for the International Team at the Presidents Cup. Selected by Captain Nick Price, along with Argentina's Emiliano Grillo, to represent the International Team at the Presidents Cup at Liberty National where he posted a 1-1-1 record.
2018 Notes: Played in 24 PGA Tour events, making 17 cuts with four top-tens. Was T-10th in his first start at the CIMB Classic. The next week was T-5th at the CJ CUP@Nine Bridges. Didn't have another top-ten until the Travelers Championship finishing T-9th. Was T-6th at the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational. Advanced to the FedExCup Playoffs for the third consecutive time but after a T-71st at The Northern Trust, missed the cut at the Dell Technologies Championship to end his season 99th in the FedExCup.
2019 Notes: Best finish was T-10th at the Mayakoba Golf Classic.

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Career at a Glance: Starts: 183, Cuts Made: 118 (64%), Top Tens: 24 (13%) , Rounds: 588, Scoring Avg: 70.94, Career Earnings: $8,144,751 - Best Finish: 1st (2 times)
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