Anirban Lahiri : Family, Net Worth, Parents, Wife, Children, Ranking, Education and Biography

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Anirban Lahiri : Family, Net Worth, Parents, Wife, Children, Ranking, Education and Biography
Anirban Lahiri : Family, Net Worth, Parents, Wife, Children, Ranking, Education and Biography

Name Anirban Lahiri
Birth ( Age )  Jun 29, 1987    
Birth Place Pune, Maharashtra, India
Nationalty  India
Profession Professional Golfer
Height 5'7" Feet
Marital Status Married
Wife / Girlfriend Ipsa Jamwal Lahiri
Children Daughter Tisya Lahiri
Father Tushar Lahiri
Mother Navanita Lahiri
Net Worth 1.25 Billion
Award Arjuna Award For Golf (2014)

Anirban Lahiri is an Indian  professional golfer  who currently plays on the Asian Tour and PGA Tour. Lahiri had his father Drs. Tusshar learned to play golf at the age of eight from Lahiri, an soldiers physician who was also a recreational golfer. Lahiri remembers saying, "I'll just leave there and I'll devour ball for him, and we'll contribute for quarter-hour ." "That's how it all started."

Personal Life: Lahiri may be a resident of Bangalore, India. he's of Bengali descent, and he speaks Bengali, but also speaks Punjabi additionally to English. "I'm really pleased with the very fact that I'm a more national Indian, so to speak- I'm equally comfortable with different languages, cultures, foods. i feel one among the aspects of being a military child One is that this . " One thing that's common in almost every child it's almost as if we are a culture of our own. "In May 2014, she married her long-time partner Ipsa Jamwal. Her personal interests include taking note of music and computer gaming.

Professional Career: Lahiri joined the Asian Tour in 2008. He scored his first win at the Panasonic Open in 2011 and his second win at the SAIL-SBI Open in 2012. Their best finishes on the Order of Merit in 2014 came with their first overseas victory on the Asian tour - the CIMB Niaga Indonesian Masters, which they later played alongside one another at the Venetian Macau Open. He finished third on the Order of Merit in 2013.

Lahiri made it to the highest 100 within the official world golf rankings for the primary time in March 2014 and recorded two wins on the Asian Tour in consecutive seasons.Lahiri has also had much success on the golf Tour of India, where he has won eleven events and therefore the Order of Merit in 2009. the large break for him came when he qualified for his first major tournament - the 2012 Open Championship in Lancashire at Royal Lytham and St Annes Golf Club. He made it his most memorable outing, first cut (68–72) then a hole-in-one at the T31 finish on the par-39th hole of the third-round en-route.

In February 2015, Lahiri claimed his first official victory on the ecu tour at the Maybank Malaysian Open, with a one-stroke victory over Bern Wiesberger. He shot a 10-under-par round within the third round to attain 62 on his own going into the ultimate day and came from behind with four shots to win by round . At the top of an equivalent month, Lahiri won her second event on the ecu Tour at her Indian country, Hero Indian Open. He was forced into the ultimate round with seven fours to the playoffs with Shiva Chaurasia, which he won with Birdy on the primary extra hole.

The 2 wins placed Lahiri within the top 50 of the official world golf rankings and qualified them for the 2015 Masters tournament. He was called a "deceiver to watch" and a "new face of Indian golf". he's the third Indian player to play within the Masters after Jeevak Milkha Singh and Arjun Atwal. He made the cut in his introduction and finished the tournament with a score of 71-75-74-72 in his four rounds, leaving him tied. For the 49th with Jason Duffner.

At the PGA Championship held in Whistling Straits in August 2015, Lahiri posted rounds of 70-67-70-68 for a score of .13. Despite the bogey on the 72nd hole, Lahiri finished fifth within the tournament and set a replacement record for the very best finish by a number one Indian golf pro . Sunday was a memorable week for Wisconsin among the highest five finishes. Lahiri, whose performance landed him 38th within the world golf rankings.

He also won the PGA of America's pre-tournament long-drive competition on Tuesday, which features a 327-yard drive, which gave him a standard gold money clip and a $ 25,000 charitable donation to his name. His performance set several records for an Indian golfer; He became the primary Indian to shoot sub-par scores altogether four rounds during a major, his 13-under total being the simplest relative by any Indian to equal any major and his five-under within the second round Was also 67. Best round by an Indian in any major.

Lahiri was named within the 2015 President's Cup squad, the primary player from India to earn the respect . Lahiri tried to qualify for the PGA Tour through the 2015 Tour Finals after earning enough non-member points to qualify. He was the very best ranked player within the 40th-place finals, at the beginning of a four-event tournament. Lahiri only played within the first two matches, but earned enough for the PGA Tour card. He finished his first top-10 of the 2016 PGA Tour season with a T-6 at the Dean & Delacca Invitational.

Lahiri also qualified for the 2016 Summer Olympics, earning a spot within the 60-player field to compete at the Olympic golf links in Rio de Janeiro. He led T-3 for the primary time after 54 holes during a PGA Tour event during the CIMB Classic in 2017. He would continue to realize his best PGA Tour finish of the T-2 within the 2017 Memorial Tournament. Lahiri was once more placed within the 2017 President's Cup team. Lahiri finished the 2017 PGA Tour season within the FedEx Cup standings by finishing 51.

In the 2018 PGA Tour season, Lahiri shot his shortest round on the PGA Tour, 61 during a military tribute at The Greenerrier. His best performance within the CJ Cup was T5 within the 2018 PGA Tour season. Anirban struggled within the 2019 season and lost his PGA Tour card by finishing outside the highest 125 of the FedEx Cup. He withdrew his PGA Tour card through the Korn Ferry Tour Finals for the 2020 season and finished 10th overall.

Lahiri struggled on the 2020 PGA Tour and finished 219th within the FedEx Cup standings, having played fewer than 15 events in large part thanks to being unable to visit the us and being stuck in India thanks to an India shutdown as a results of the epidemic. . Lahiri managed to capture his PGA Tour card thanks to epidemic-related circumstances, which resulted within the postponement and cancellation of events, players who were on the PGA Tour for the 2020 season maintained a guaranteed position for the 2021 season.