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first_imgChawrasia, who also finished second at the Indian Open in Chawrasia, who also finished second at the Indian Open in 1999, 2006 and 2013, said: “It was a good start to the tournament. Now, its important to build on that for the next three days. Today my putting was good and I made some good recoveries. I also had a chip-in on the second hole from just over then green from 15-18 feet. “My driving overall was decent except on the 16th when I pulled to the left and went into the bushes. I tried to chip out but couldnt make the up and down from just 10-12 feet. “If I had not had made a double bogey on the 16th (my seventh hole) it could have been really good but its still allright. I will take a five-under for a start. Of course, it will always be nice to have a couple of more birdies, but you cant have them all.” Talking about his topsy-turvy round, Lahiri, a seven-time Asian Tour winner, said: “It was quite an up-and-down day, and I hit a lot of 4-Irons, but coming in I had a good stretch. “Starting out on the 10th, I had a bogey on 11th and then again on 17th. I missed makeable putts on 11th and 13th and then coming back I misjudged a chip on third and went into the bunker on the fourth. I also had a couple of bad lies,” he said. “I was very inconsistent with my iron play to start with. Then I broke it down and tried to focus on the routine and it worked. I putted solidly coming down the final stretch from sixth to ninth, it was nice to roll a few (birdies).” Scores after round 1 of the Hero Indian Open 2016 being played at the par-72, 6983 yards DGC (am – denotes amateur): 65 – Daniel IM (USA). 66 – Prom Meesawat (THA), Jorge Campillo (ESP), Nacho Elvira (ESP). 67 – Sanjay Kumar (IND), Jeunghun Wang (KOR), SSP Chawrasia (IND), Terry Pilkadaris (AUS), Raphael Jacquelin (FRA). 68 – Honey Baisoya (IND), Anirban Lahiri (IND), Alejandro Canizares (ESP), Gregory Havret (FRA), Tommy Fleetwood (ENG), Wade Ormsby (AUS). 69 – Sebastien Gros (FRA), Thangaraja N (SRI), David Lipsky (USA), Rahil Gangjee (IND), Vikrant Chopra (IND), Siddikur Rahman (BAN), Rashid Khan (IND), Maximilian Kieffer (GER). 70 – Shankar Das (IND), Craig Lee (SCO), Thanyakon Khrongpha (THA), Paul Peterson (USA), Romain Wattel (FRA), Chapchai Nirat (THA), Miguel Tabuena (PHI), Chris Paisley (ENG), Ben Evans (ENG), Danny Chia (MAS), Arjun Aatwal (IND), Julien Quesne (FRA), Pablo Larrazabal (ESP), Trevor Fisher Jnr (RSA), M Dharma (IND), Angelo Que (PHI). PTI ATK SSC SSCadvertisementlast_img read more