European Tour

Total Wins: 1

YearTournamentWinning ScoreVictory Margin
2015 Maybank Malaysian Open  -16(70-72-62-78=272) 1 stroke

Asian Tour

Total Wins: 6

YearTournamentWinning ScoreVictory Margin
2011 Panasonic Open  -13(65-71-68-71=275) Playoff 
2012 SAIL-SBI Open   -14(72-64-68-70=274) Playoff 
2013 SAIL-SBI Open   -15(71-68-66-68=273) Playoff 
2014 CIMB Niaga Indonesian Master  -17(70-69-64-68=271) 1 stroke
2014 Venetian Macau open  -17(61-73-67-66=267) 1 stroke 
2015 Maybank Malaysian Open  -16(70-72-62-68=272) 1 stroke

Professional Golf Tour of IndiaTotal Wins: 9YearTournament2011Panasonic Open2012SAIL-SBI Open 2013SAIL-SBI Open Records


Anirban holds the current PGTI scoring record for a single round of 12 under par 60 in Jaypee Greens Golf Resort.


Anirban holds the current PGTI tournament scoring record of 24 under par 264 at the Aamby Valley Golf Course.


Anirban is the youngest player to win the PGTI order of merit at the age of 22 years 5months and 20 days

2014 18 1 $6183
2013 21 $517,030
2012 10 19 $289,731
2011 32  17 $116,487
2010 55  19 $55,620
2009 24   15 $139,141
2008 111 13 $20,583



Anirban celebrated his third Asian Tour victory on home soil, when he successfully defended his SAIL-SBI Open title by defeating compatriot Rashid Khan in a play-off in 2013. He went on to finish second on other three occasions. In addition, he also registered five other top-10s to end the season in his third place on the Order of Merit and this was his career-best result. By virtue of his Order of Merit ranking, he also earned his place to represent Team Asia at the inaugural EurAsia Cup presented by DRB-HICOM.

In 2012, Anirban enjoyed a memorable year when he won his second Asian Tour title at the SAIL-SBI Open in India after a play-off triumph over Prom Meesawat of Thailand. Also enjoyed four other top-10s and a successful Major debut at the British Open where he finished tied 31st. Furthermore, he had a magical ace during the third round. He fulfilled his potential as one of India’s raising stars when he won his maiden Asian Tour title at the 2011 Panasonic Open India. He triumphed in a three-way play-off against compatriot Manav Jaini and Singaporean veteran Mardan Mamat at the Delhi Golf Club, coming back from three strokes on the back nine. He also registered two other top-10s at the SAIL Open on home soil and Queen’s Cup in Thailand.

He came close to securing his first win on the Asian Tour when he battled into contention at the 2010 Johnnie Walker Cambodian Open, only to finish tied-fourth. The Indian’s two other top-10s in 2010 were at the Worldwide Holdings Selangor Masters and Handa Singapore Classic. Anirban enjoyed a strong 2009 season when he posted five top-10s with a fourth place finish at the Black Mountain Masters in Thailand and tied third at the Hero Honda Indian Open being his best finish. Credited mind coach Dr Pradeep Aggarwal for helping him to focus better. He was part of the Indian national team which included Gaganjeet Bhullar that won the team silver medal in the 2006 Doha Asian Games. He further adds that his friendship with Bhullar has helped them to push each other to greater heights.