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Anirban Lahiri, SSP Chawrasia Men's Individual Round 2 golf, Live updates from Rio Olympics 2016

India’s scores: Anirban Lahiri +3 over par after 13. SSP Chawrasia ends with an even 71. The game is pretty simple. The golfers will play the 18 holes everyday over the course of four days and the golfer will the lowest aggregate score will walk away with the gold. The par for the Olympic Golf Course is 71. A birdie is when a golfer finishes the hole one under the par, a bogey is when a golfer finishes the hole one over par.
Updated: 13 August 2016 00:42 IST - Published: 12 August 2016 16:01 IST
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That's it for day 2 of golf at the Olympics! It's been a pleasure bringing you all the action. See you tomorrow! 

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The Australian Marcus Fraser is at the top, ahead of Thomas Pieters and Henrik Stenson.

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Anirban Lahiri ends day 2 with +2 over par 73 and +5 over the course of the two days.

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SSP Chawrasia ends the day at 30th place, even-par over the course of the two days.

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Slight respite for Anirban as he ends with a birdie on the 18th.

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The last group of golfers are the only ones out there. Lahiri saves par on the 17th.

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A birdie on the 16th provides some reprieve to Lahiri, but he is still at +3 over for the day.

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Lahiri saves par on the 15th. He has three holes left to turn it around. Looks like a lost cause now.

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Rodolfo Cazaubon of Mexico has put in one of the best performances of the day and is currently at -5 under for the day.

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Anirban's string of birdies come to an end with a bogey on the 14th.

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The leaderboard has the usual suspects at the top after day 2. The Americans Bubba Watson and Patrick Reed have done well to recover today and might pose a threat tomorrow.

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Another par for Anirban at the 13th hole. 

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The top of the leaderboard right now: Marcus Fraser (Aus): -10, Thomas Pieters (Bel): -9, Henrik Stenson (Swe): -8.

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Oh my, Marcus Fraser ends with a birdie to reclaim the lead! He only needs a round of -2 under par today to hold the clubhouse lead after 2 days.

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Another par for Anirban at the 12th. The bogeys have stopped, but the birdies haven't been forthcoming.

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Marcus Fraser has one hole left to regain the outright lead.

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Marcus Fraser has company at the top! 24 year old Thomas Pieters of Belgium signs off with a round of -5 under 66.

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Rickie Fowler signs off with a round of even-par 71. He would like to wipe out the positive +4 tally he has, but this is definitely a good start. 

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Danny Lee signs off with a round of -6 under 65. Exceptional from the man from New Zealand. He now stands at -5 under over the two days.

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It's getting closer at the top. Marcus Fraser just bogeyed the 16th hole, he now holds a slender lead of one stroke.

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Thomas Pieters has one hole left to pip Henrik Stenson to second place. He's currently tied at -8 under with Henrik.

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Anirban manages par again on the 11th to stay at +6 over for the two days.

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Canada's DeLeat Graham who enjoyed a great day yesterday, only manages a round of even-par 71.

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Justin Rose and Rafael Bello-Carbera end their rounds at -2 under par 69 for the day, they can't be separated since the start of the event! 

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Henrik Stenson ends the day with a round of -3 under 68, 2 strokes behind the leader Marcus Fraser who is still out there.

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Danny Lee has taken the lead in today's standings with his 7th birdie of the day. He's had a hattrick of them in the 15th, 16th and 17th holes. He's upto 7th place now. 

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Bubba Watson has recovered from his poor performance yesterday to also be at -4 under.

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New Zealand's Danny Lee has stormed up the leaderboard with his round of -4 under for the day. 

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Anirban starts his back 9 with a par on the 10th hole.

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The top 6 golfers in the leaderboard have all posted scores of -2 under so far today! 

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Oh, costly from Stenson! A bogey on the 17th. Back to -7 under par.

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With time running out for Henrik Stenson to catch Marcus Fraser today, he has clicked into another gear with birdies on the 15th and 16th. Two more birdies and he would have catch Fraser at -10 under.

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SSP started the day at 26th and ends the day at 26th. Well, I guess you can take solace from the fact that it didn't get any worse for him and he still stands a chance at the medal.

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Anirban completes his front 9 and posts a total of 38 against the par of 35.

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Another round of even-par 71 for SSP Chawrasia! 

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Anirban Lahiri, on the other hand, has just not found his rhythm. He has hit 4 bogies today against 1 birdie and is lying close to the bottom of the leaderboard.

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SSP Chawrasia's bumpy ride continues at Rio. While he has struggled with bogies throughout, he has mixed up with birdies to stay at even-par.

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Soren Kjeldsen of Denmark also shot -4 under today, while Ricardo Gouveia of Portugal and Thorbjorn Olesen of Denmark finished with rounds of -3 under par.

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Today has been the day of the underdogs. Seamus Power continues to be in the lead for today with his round of -4 under par.

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Overall, he is in the lead by 4 shots with his total of -11 under par. Henrik Stenson and Thomas Pieters are in second, but they have not been able to improve on their -7 under par.

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After his bogey on the 2nd hole yesterday, he has hit 12 birdies. Today, he has put in a solid round and is currently at -3 under after 11 holes.

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Marcus Fraser has been a mark of consistency.

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Another par for SSP as he is running out of time to turn his round about. 3 holes left, +1 over par for the day.

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Marcus Fraser continues to hold a 3 stroke lead over Henrik Stenson.

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Anirban bounces back with a birdie on the Par 3 6th.

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Two consecutive bogeys for Anirban now. He really hasn't taken to the Olympic Golf Course. SSP stays solid with another par. 

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Things are getting interesting at the top of the leaderboard as Thomas Pieters has gone to -4 under for the day and is now just 2 strokes behind Marcus Fraser.

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SSP saves par on the 13th hole, while Anirban bogeys the 4th. Not exactly the news fans would have wanted to hear.

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A number of unlikely faces enjoying a great time in Rio, while the favourites, barring a few, are enjoying success.

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Soren Kjeldsen of Denmark is enjoying a scorcher of day as well. Shoots 4 birdies in the first 6 holes to go to -2 under par for the event.

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