European Tour card for 2015 season gets by Anirban Lahiri

Few weeks back, when Anirban Lahiri was get ready for the Asian visit, the 27-year-old Bengaluru golfer chose to give this current week's Manila Masters Championship the miss, and rather concentrate on the European Tour Qualifying School in Barcelona. Lahiri, who had won the Macau Open a month ago, has been submitted second in the Asian Request of Merit with an income of $ 521,104 behind American David Lipsky and a decent execution in Manila would have edged him past Lipsky.

European Tour card for 2015 season  gets by Anirban Lahiri
European Tour card for 2015 season  gets by Anirban Lahiri

The world number 75 demonstrated his choice to skip Manila great turned into one of the 27 golfers who earned the European visit card for 2015 season in the wake of completing tied 16 with a score of nine-under 419 in the six-round qualifiers played in Barcelona on Thursday. "It's a venture in the right course. I am anticipating a decent season one year from now in Europe. It was an intense six rounds however I am happy that I have secured the card," Lahiri told The Indian Express.

Having played in the British Open and PGA Championship in the not so distant future, he additionally won two titles at the Asian Tour — the CIMB Indonesian Masters and the Macau Open — separated from five main ten completions on the Asian visit.

Lahiri made a splendid begin in the Qualifying School occasion as he was put second among the 156 starters early this week, yet vacillated through the following four rounds, which saw golfers playing substitute rounds at the purple course and the stadium course.

Prior to Thursday's play, Lahiri was put attached eleventh and required to complete in main 25 (Ties included) to get the European Tour card for one year from now. "Playing in a six-round organization rather than four is debilitating. He made a splendid begin however his score dropped. he recognized what a decent score was and adapted well. Playing in a qualifying school is constantly extreme as alternate golfers are additionally vying for the accessible spaces," said Vijay Divecha, Lahiri's mentor throughout the previous 13 years.

Thursday's execution likewise implied the golfer will play the Asian visit separated from the European Tour one year from now for which he needs to deal with his competitions and playing rights really well.

Next on his motivation is the King's Cup in Thailand. With four competitions this season, Lahiri will want to match Lipski in Asian Order of Merit.