The two-time winner on European and Asian Tours last year, Lahiri, who held a share of the lead after the first round and was still in Top-3 at the midway stage, was unable to work the magic on the greens over the weekend.
     
After being 12-under for the first 36 holes, he was two- under for the next 36.
     
Jason Dufner (70), who had at least a share of the lead from the first round, beat David Lingmerth in the play-off after they both ended final round at 25-under 273.
     
Lahiri, 28, had bad starts in both the weekend rounds played at the Stadium Course, which was the toughest of the three used this week.
     
Lahiri, after opening the week with a bogey-free 64, added a four-under 68 before closing with 71-71.

 

The two-time winner on European and Asian Tours last year, Lahiri, who held a share of the lead after the first round and was still in Top-3 at the midway stage, was unable to work the magic on the greens over the weekend.

After being 12-under for the first 36 holes, he was two-under for the next 36. Jason Dufner (70), who had at least a share of the lead from the first round, beat David Lingmerth in the play-off after they both ended final round at 25-under 273.

Lahiri, 28, had bad starts in both the weekend rounds played at the Stadium Course, which was the toughest of the three used this week. Lahiri, after opening the week with a bogey-free 64, added a four-under 68 before closing with 71-71.

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