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Anirban Lahiri aiming to continue good run at CIMB Classic

Enjoying a fantastic run of form, Indian golfer Lahiri said he can now claim to have the game to beat the sport's top names at the cash-rich CIMB Classic.

Updated:October 29, 2014, 2:41 PM IST
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Anirban Lahiri aiming to continue good run at CIMB Classic
Enjoying a fantastic run of form, Indian golfer Lahiri said he can now claim to have the game to beat the sport's top names at the cash-rich CIMB Classic.

Kuala Lumpur: Enjoying a fantastic run of form which saw him claim his fifth Asian Tour title last week, Indian golfer Anirban Lahiri on Wednesday said he can now claim to have the game to beat the sport's top names at the cash-rich CIMB Classic starting on Thursday.

The in-form Lahiri claimed his second title of the season in Macau last weekend, adding to a memorable triumph at the CIMB Niaga Indonesian Masters in April, and he is eager to shine at the Kuala Lumpur Golf and Country Club.

"You can't just go to sleep and wake up a different player the next morning. I think I've learned a lot over the last four years. I won my first event in 2011 and between that victory and between my victory last week, I've seen a big difference in the kind of golf that I'm playing now," said Lahiri.

"I've become a better player, and know how to play different courses. The experience of playing in three Majors have helped so far. I've played with good and top class players and learned from watching them play."

With the Asian Tour co-sanctioning the CIMB Classic with the PGA TOUR, Lahiri will get another chance to reinforce his growing reputation and also improve on his world ranking of 69th position.

He will play alongside Major winner Jason Dufner and Japanese star Hideki Matsuyama in the opening two rounds in the event which leading names include FedExCup champion Billy Horshel, England's Lee Westwood, Spaniard Sergio Garcia and title holder Ryan Moore.

Currently second on the Asian Tour's Order of Merit, Lahiri, who finished joint 10th here when the club hosted the Malaysian Open in April, has set several goals which include breaking into the world's top-50 and becoming the fourth Indian to claim the accolade as Asia's number one.

"It is difficult for me to go out on the golf course and just play with a result in mind. Obviously it's an important week in terms of where the Order of Merit goes. I have to just look to play well."

"The Order of Merit is something that I would like to win. I'm not going to let that play on my mind so much, just focus on playing good golf for four days," said Lahiri, who trails Merit leader David Lipsky by about USD 160,000.

As the only tournament jointly sanctioned with the PGA TOUR, Lahiri knows that achieving a CIMB double would provide him with a shortcut to the United States.

This week's winner will earn a handsome USD 1.26 million including a two-year winner's exemption on the PGA Tour, as well as starts in the 2015 Masters Tournament and Players Championship.

"It is one of the great things about playing in Asia. We have a great Tour and we have a lot of opportunities on higher Tours as well. I think we're all very glad to be here and to be playing in such a fantastic event with a good field, and obviously if you can play your best, you can earn that opportunity to play in America," he said.

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