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Indian golfer Anirban Lahiri was tied ninth after scoring a three-under 69, while Shubhankar Sharma dropped six places to be 11th after posting a 71 after the third round of the Maybank Championship here on Saturday.

Lahiri carded five birdies against two bogeys for a 69 that took his 54-hole total to 10-under 206 -- same as Paraguayan Fabrizio Zanotti, who came up with a brilliant 67 at the Saujana Golf and Country Club.

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Indian star Anirban Lahiri hopes the ‘feel-good’ factor will propel him to victory at the US$3 million Maybank Championship which starts on Thursday.

The 2015 Asian Tour Order of Merit winner is amongst the stars gathered at the renowned Saujana Golf and Country Club for the US$3 million showpiece sanctioned by the Asian Tour and European Tour.

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Scott Hend of Australian tightened his grip on the Asian Tour Order of Merit race when he finished tied seventh at the US$7 million CIMB Classic on Sunday. The big-hitting Australian shot a closing five-under-par 67 for a 15-under-par 273 total which was worth US$225,750 and increased his season’s haul to US$996,592. He finished eight shots back of the champion Justin Thomas.

Anirban Lahiri would have overtaken Hend on the Merit list if he had won the CIMB Classic or finished sole second at TPC Kuala Lumpur but a tied third place finish for the Indian star at the event sanctioned by the Asian Tour and PGA Tour moved him to third on the Order of Merit.

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American Justin Thomas defended his CIMB Classic title in style after a sparkling eight-under-par 64 gave him a three-shot victory at TPC Kuala Lumpur on Sunday. 23-year-old Thomas took advantage of overnight leader Anirban Lahiri’s disastrous start in the final round when the Indian ran up a quadruple bogey nine on the par five third hole which wiped out his overnight four-shot lead.

Japanese star Hideki Matsuyama carded a bogey-free 66 to finish runner-up while Lahiri, who battled to a 72, settled for equal third place with American Derek Fathauer in the US$7 million event sanctioned by the Asian Tour and PGA Tour. 

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anirban_lahiriIndia’s Anirban Lahiri romped to a four-shot lead at the CIMB Classic on Saturday, firing a brilliant seven-under-par 65 in the third round to set himself up for a maiden PGA Tour title.

The reigning Asian Tour number one enjoyed another birdie binge with nine on the card against a double bogey at TPC Kuala Lumpur to lead from defending champion Justin Thomas of the United States and Scotsman Russell Knox, who shot a 71 and 68 respectively in the US$7 million tournament sanctioned by the Asian Tour and PGA Tour.

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Anirban Lahiri of India kept up his sizzling hot form at the CIMB Classic on Thursday, staying within striking touch of the leaders following a six-under-par 66 at TPC Kuala Lumpur.

The reigning Asian Tour number one, who finished runner-up in Macao last weekend after closing with seven straight birdies, enjoyed a fast start with seven birdies in his opening nine holes before going to eight-under with another bird on his 14th hole of the day. 

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Pavit Tangkamolprasert dedicated his first Asian Tour victory at the Venetian Macao Open to the late king of Thailand, King Bhumibol, after prevailing over India’s Anirban Lahiri in a play-off on Sunday.

The 27-year-old Thai and reigning Asian Tour number one Lahiri put on an exhibition of golf by shooting a seven-under-par 64 and 65 respectively in the final round to tie at 16-under-par 268 at the Macau Golf and Country Club.

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