Lahiri finishes T-37th; Woods 23rd at Memorial Tournament

Lahiri, who started the final day at seven-under and in tied 21st place, finished at six-under overall.

Through the week, Anirban Lahiri got his driving and iron play fairly right, but it was on the greens that he faltered yet again, despite a new putter. (File Photo)   -  AFP

Indian golfer Anirban Lahiri continued to struggle with his putting and carded his first over-par card of the week, a one-over 73, to sign off tied 37th at the Memorial Tournament presented by Nationwide on the PGA Tour.

Lahiri, who started the final day at seven-under and in tied 21st place, finished at six-under overall. Through the week, Lahiri got his driving and iron play fairly right, but it was on the greens that he faltered yet again, despite a new putter.

Bryson DeChambeau, who three-putted for bogey on the 18th to finish at one-under 71 and fall into a three-way playoff, won on the second playoff hole against Byeong Hun An (69) and Kyle Stanley (70). The three players finished at 15-under. DeChambeau also moved to fourth in FedEx Cup rankings.

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Also, on the final day, there was Tiger Woods (72) who also could not get his putter going and managed only three birdies, giving away three bogeys on the back-nine. He ended at nine-under 279 for a tied 23rd finish.

Lahiri had two birdies on the front-nine, on fifth and seventh, and did not miss anything inside 10 feet. However, on the back nine, he missed an eleven-footer for birdie on 10th and then from inside nine feet on 11th. Also, on 12th, he missed a bogey putt from four feet for a double.

A birdie on 14th seemed to matter little as he bogeyed three in a row from 15th to 17th. That included a par putt miss from three and a half feet. The birdie on 18th from nearly 30 feet was a little too late as he carded 73.