Lahiri excited about the future

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Both events were co-sanctioned by the European Tour and the Asian Tour, and the 27-year-old is spoiled for choice when it comes to where he will play next.

Lahiri, who won the Indian Open with a play-off victory over SSP Chowrasia, chatted to Reuters about what comes next and how he is feeling.

He said: "There is so much to look forward to, the majors, the World Golf Championship events and I'm trying to get an invite to the Players Championship in Florida. The world has just opened up to me in the space of three weeks.

"This is what dreams are made of.

"You don't expect this sort of thing to happen all the time. I wasn't anticipating these two performances to come in such a rush. Malaysia was very special of course, achieving my first European Tour win and getting into the world's top 50. Since then I've found it easier to play with a little more freedom."