Lahiri's final Tied-46th placing earned him the 121st spot on the FedEx Cup standings, which ensured his playing rights for 2021-22 season
Lahiri ended Tied-28th after the third round with a total of 6-under 207.
Lahiri made eight birdies, including four over his closing five holes, at Keene Trace Golf Club on Sunday to end his week on 20-under 268
India had three golfers in the fray – Anirban Lahiri, SSP Chawrasia and 18-year-old Aditi Ashok.
The golfer earned a berth to the Tokyo Games as he was placed 60th in the final rankings
Anirban Lahiri chose to provide him with a close look at the competition by asking him to be his caddie
Lahiri on Tuesday made the cut for the Olympics at the 60th spot, the last quota available as per the International Golf Federation rankings
The Indian made the cut at the 60th spot, the last available quota in the Games rankings.
The 33-year-old from Pune fired six birdies -- on the 1st, 2nd, 4th, 5th, 7th and 12th holes --, as against just two bogeys -- on the eighth and 14th holes -- to cap a good day.
Lahiri, who finished 10-under overall, had opened the week with a modest one-under 71.
"I'm really happy with the way I played. I think this is the most solid I've played tee to green in a while," said 33-year-old Lahiri.
After turning in 35 with a birdie on two, the former Asian No. 1 on Friday endured a rollercoaster comeback with three birdies, three bogeys, and one eagle at TPC San Antonio for a two-day total of 4-under 140.
"Eight-time PGA TOUR winner Brooks Koepka has withdrawn from the 2021 PLAYERS Championship due to injury. He will be replaced in the 154-player field by Anirban Lahiri of India," said the PGA Tour in its statement.
The Indian star arrives at the Waialae Country Club in Hawaii after a break at home following a series of decent run of results in the fall, which included his first Top-10 finish on the PGA Tour in nearly two years.
Lahiri maintained his resurgence in form with a closing 67 which moved him up to 31st position in the latest rankings on Sunday while a final round 3-under 68, which included four birdies and a lone bogey at Port Royal Golf Course
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