Anirban Lahiri happy with consistency after 2nd-place finish in Indian Open golf

Anirban could manage a two-under 70 in the final round today to finish just one stroke away from winner Mohammad Siddikur with a total of 13-under 275.

updated: November 10, 2013 20:45 IST
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New Delhi: After making his third runner-up finish this season at the Hero Indian Open here on Sunday, Indian golfer Anirban Lahiri said he was happy with his "consistency" but would want to end the year with a win and target an European Tour card and world top 100 next season.

"It was a mixed bag year for me. This is my third second place finish and I am happy with my consistency. I was hoping to do well in joint-sanctioned events and get to the European Tour. But I could not do that, so that is one of the aims next year," Anirban said.

"I did well in Asian Tour events. I won once and was second a few times. I would have liked to win the Order of Merit, but that would be pretty difficult now and I would have to win every event from here and that is unlikely. But I would want to make the year a great one by winning a title. I also want to break into the top 100," he added.

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