Tokyo Olympics: Indian golfer Anirban Lahiri signs off a tied-42, America wins the gold

Golfer Anirban Lahiri finished at tied-42 ending his campaign at the Tokyo Olympics following a carding a one-over 72 in the fourth and a final round today.

Indian Golfer Anirban Lahiri’s campaign at the Tokyo Olympics has come to an end as he tied-42 after carding a one-over 72 in the fourth and final round on Sunday.

Lahiri had commenced the week with his excellent 67 and existed inside the Top-10 but then he fell backwards following his rounds of 72-68-72 with the three days for a whole of 5-under 283. He had finalised the position of 57 in the 2016 Rio Olympics.


Udayan Mane from India stepped into the field later coming after some withdrawals. He shot one-over 72 in the final round after initial rounds of 76-69-70. He existed 3-over for the week and finalised 56th.

Starting the week with a bogey on the opener day, Lahiri ended it with a birdie. He amassed three birdies and four bogeys on the last day while Mane retained four birdies that involved one on the front nine and three on the back nine with five bogeys.

Xander Schauffele 68-63-68-67 served to be the first from America, who earned the gold medal and Rory Sabbatini from Slovakia who was born in South Africa 69-67-70-61 along with his wife Martina Stofanikova earned the silver medal with a 10-under 61 that broke the record.

CT Pan 74-66-66-63, along with his wife Michelle Lin as a caddie also attained the bronze medal in a seven-man playoff.