Rio 2016 Olympics golf : SSP Chawrasia tied 30, Anirban Lahiri tied 51 after round two


Golf Player SSP Chawrasia brought home a second progressive even-standard 71 to lie tied 30th while Anirban Lahiri checked a baffling two-more than 73 to be put tied 51st after the second round of the golf occasion at the Rio Olympics Rio de Janiero on Saturday.

Rio Olympics 2016: Day 7 India highlights

Chawrasia dropped three intruder, a twofold intruder against five birdies on the second day to total 142, while Lahiri totalled 147 at the midway stage in the wake of dropping five intruder and three birdies on Saturday.

At the top, Australia's Marcus Fraser brought home a calm two-under 69 to keep on being the pioneer at the midway stage with a sum of 10-under 132.

One stroke afloat was Belgium's Thomas Pieters (66) trailed by Swede Henrik Stenson (68) with an aggregate of 133 and 134 individually.

Birdies and intruder flew in equivalent measure from Chawrasia's club as he dropped an intruder and a twofold intruder in the second and third gaps separately before terminating two or three birdies in the fourth and fifth to offer some kind of reparation.

The Kolkata golfer then created a birdie-birdie completion to make the turn at one-under.

On resumption, Chawrasia bumbled again at the tenth and eleventh gaps to go one over before dealing with a birdie at the seventeenth to complete even-standard.

Lahiri, then again, had a forgettable second round as his day went from awful to more regrettable.

The Asian visit No. 1 dropped four birdies and a long birdie in the front nine to make the turn at three-over.

He again dropped an intruder at the fourteenth gap before a few birdies on the sixteenth and eighteenth openings helped him to end the day on a positive note.

Chawrasia and Lahiri had begun with even standard 71 and three-more than 74 separately to be set 27th and 50th toward the end of the first round on Friday.

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