Anirban Lahiri fought well to go four-under for his last 14 holes after being four-over for first four, to end at tied 53rd at the midway stage of the USD 7 million CIMB Classic.
Lahiri had to dig deep to haul himself up from the hole he put himself in after dropping a bogey and two double bogeys within his first four holes in the second round. But the 27-year-old, currently second on the Asian Tour Order of Merit, ended with an even-par 72. (Also read: Lahiri hoping for memorable debut at World Golf Championships)
It looked far better than what the start suggested. He is now two-over and tied 53rd at the midway stage of the event co-sanctioned by the Asian and PGA Tours.