Chawrasia, Lahiri breaks into top 10 ranking in Asian Tour Order of Merit

SSP Chawrasia qualifies for Rio Olympics. Image Source: File Pic

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Internet Desk: Indian golfers SSP Chawrasia and Anirban Lahiri broke into the top 10 ranking in the Asian Tour Order of Merit. SSP Chowrasia is currently ranked 4th while Anirban Lahiri is on fifth spot. A big move has not happened for Chawrasia yet, but his excellent performance at the Panasonic Open India has consolidated his position on the OOM and he will be riding on his momentum going into the final weeks of the Asian Tour schedule.

Chawrasia carded a total of 14-under-par 274 at the Delhi Golf Club to finish tied-2nd.

The Indian golfer also took home a prize purse of USD 20,017. With his total earnings of USD 360,778, he is fourth on the OOM, ahead of compatriot Anirban Lahiri (USD 320,150) and behind Australia’s Scott Hend (US$434,029).

Malaysia’s Gavin Green (USD 542,536) and United States’ David Lipsky (USD 461,179) are in first and second respectively on the OOM.

“It was a good week. I missed out on another win by three shots, but overall I am playing well and that’s a good sign. I am also chasing the Order Of Merit (OOM) title and playing for a place at the EurAsia Cup.
“There are still four more events left on the Asian Tour for me and all I need is one good week in any of these events and I could be up there,” said a confident Chawrasia.

This week, the Asian Tour will be heading to the USD 1 million Resorts World Manila Masters, where Chawrasia will defend his title.

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