Sharma, Lahiri miss cut at 100th PGA Championship

India’s Anirban Lahiri and Shubhankar Sharma’s campaign ended on a disappointing note at the 100th PGA Championships as both missed cuts with identical scores of 3-over 143 at the halfway mark.

Lahiri missed a bunch of easy putts on both days and exited early from the final Major of the year.   -  AFP

India’s Anirban Lahiri and Shubhankar Sharma’s campaign ended on a disappointing note at the 100th PGA Championships as both missed cuts with identical scores of 3-over 143 at the halfway mark.

Sharma’s woes started from 14th as he missed a six foot putt for a bogey and ended with a double. On the very next hole, he missed a seven footer for par.

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He did fight back with a birdie on 16th but he was flirting with danger. He missed an eight footer for par on 17th and then failed to get out of the bunker.

From fairway bunker, he went into greenside bunker and came out with a bogey on 18th and finished with 74 and a total of 3-over 143 to miss the cut.

Earlier, Anirban Lahiri had shot 3-over 73 in second round after a first round 70.

Lahiri missed a bunch of easy putts on both days and exited early from the final Major of the year.