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Amandeep grabs first win of 2019 on Hero WPGT; Gaurika leads OOM race
Bengaluru, July 12: : Amandeep Drall finally grabbed her first title of the season, and it came after a long wait as she emerged a comfortable four-shot winner in the 10th leg of the Hero Women’s Pro Golf Tour at the Bangalore Golf Club on Friday. Her last win was in the 11th leg of the 2018 season, which was 16 starts back.
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Amandeep in sole lead despite bogey run at the end in 10th leg of Hero WPGT
Bengaluru, July 11: : Amandeep Drall managed to stay on top despite a hat-trick of bogeys right at the end in the second round of the 10th leg of the Hero Women’s Pro Golf Tour at the historic Par-70 Bangalore Golf Club. Amandeep, who is still searching for her first win this season, had just one birdie in her round of five-over 75 on a windy day when there were no under-par scores.
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Gursimar and Amandeep share lead after first round in tenth leg of Hero WPGT
Bengaluru, July 10: : Gursimar Badwal and Amandeep Drall celebrated the arrival of the Hero Women’s Pro Golf Tour to the historic Bangalore Golf Club with identical scores of three-under 67 to take a share of the lead in the tenth leg of the Tour. They were closely followed by Ananya Datar who shot two-under 68.
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Ridhima looks for fourth win, as Hero WPGT visits BGC for first time
Bengaluru, July 9: : The Women’s Pro Golf Tour stays on in Bengaluru as Ridhima Dilawari, the only three-time winner this season, hopes to extend her winning run on the Hero Women’s Pro Golf Tour. While Bengaluru hosts another event, the Tour will feature at a new golf course, the historic Bangalore Golf Club, for the first time ever.
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Ridhima holds off Afshan, Neha to win ninth leg of Hero WPGT for third win of the season
Bengaluru, July 5: : Ridhima Dilawari held her nerve in the crucial closing stages of the final round to stave off a strong challenge from Afshan Fatima and Neha Tripathi to win her third title of the season on the Hero Women’s Pro Golf Tour at the Prestige Golfshire on Friday.
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Ridhima opens four-shot lead; eyes third win of the season on Hero WPG Tour
Bengaluru, July 4: Ridhima Dilawari, who has already won twice this season, opened up a handy four-shot lead going into the final round of the ninth leg of the Hero Women’s Pro Golf Tour. Playing at the challenging Prestige Golfshire layout in strong winds, Ridhima mixed three birdies with two bogeys in the last six holes to card the first under par round of the week.
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Amandeep takes two-shot lead in first round of ninth leg of Hero WPGT
Bengaluru, July 3: Amandeep Drall, still looking for her first win of the season on the Hero Women’s Pro Golf Tour, took a two-shot lead despite a late double bogey on the first day of the ninth leg of the Tour. Playing at the challenging layout of the Prestige Golfshire, which also hosted the previous leg last month, Amandeep was two-under through 16 holes, before she double bogeyed the Par-3 17th hole and ended with a 72.
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Gaurika faces stiff challenge from Ridhima, Neha and Astha
Bengaluru, July 2: Gaurika Bishnoi will be hoping to extend her lead at the top of the Hero Order of Merit, as the players get set for the ninth leg of the Tour. Three weeks after hosting the eighth leg, the pristine Prestige Golfshire is all set to host back-to-back events.
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Rough start for Aditi on a windy day at KPMG Women’s PGA
Chaska, Minn, US, June 21 : Aditi Ashok opened with a series of three bogeys and ended with two more as she had a rough start of five-over 77 on the opening day, when wind and rain were also big factors at the KPMG Women’s PGA Championship. This is the third Major of the year in women’s golf..
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Diksha, Astha and Tvesa make cut in Thailand
Pattaya, June 21 : Diksha Dagar carded a second straight 72 to be Tied-22nd as she lead all three Indians into the weekend action at the Ladies European Thailand Championship. Diksha had three birdies and three bogeys, one of which for the second day running came on the Par-5 18th and she is now even par 144 for 36 holes and eight shots behind the leader, Thai amateur, Atthaya Thitikul (69-67).
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Diksha drops late bogeys to shoot even par, lies 26th in Thailand
Pattaya, Thailand, June 20: Diksha Dagar was going great till almost the very end as she dropped from two-under to even par in the first round of the Ladies European Thailand Championship in Pattaya. Diksha, winner of the Women’s South African Open this year, birdied two of the first three Par-5s on second and 13th to get to two-under.
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Aditi shoots 65 in second round, but slips in third round on LPGA
Grand Rapids, Mich, June 16 : Aditi Ashok slipped on the third day of the Meijer LPGA Classic with a two-over 74, coming soon after one of her best rounds on the LPGA Tour in the second round.
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Aditi Ashok finds form after a long time, lies T-9 in LPGA
Grand Rapids, Mich, June 15 : Aditi Ashok seemed headed for what will surely be her best round of 2019 on the LPGA as she was six-under through 16 holes in the second round of the Meijer LPGA Classic. Aditi was one of the 28 players, who were unable to finish their second round on Friday, as the backlog from the first day, when seven hours were lost to inclement weather, delayed matters.
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Sharmila starts with even par 72 in first round on Symetra Tour
Decatur, Ill, June 15: Sharmila Nicollet who has been struggling with both form and injuries got off to a fair start in the Forsyth Classic on the Symetra Tour in Illinois. Sharmila shot a roller coaster even par 72 with five birdies, three bogeys and a double bogey as she was Tied-42nd after the first day, where the winds picked up in the latter part of the day.
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Aditi finishes 39th as Lee6 of Korea wins US Women’s Open
Charleston, US, June 3: Aditi Ashok shot an even par 71 to finish T-39 at the US Women’s Open on Sunday. The Indian star, who has had an up-and-down season had three birdies and three bogeys in her 71, as she compiled rounds of 72, 71, 71 and 71.
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Player Seasons Earning (Rs.)
1) Gaurika Bishnoi 8,61,800
2) Neha Tripathi 7,69,133
3) Amandeep Drall 7,64,333
4) Gursimar Badwal 6,96,933
5) Ridhima Dilawari 6,64,733
Hero Player of the year 2018 & Hero Best Stroke Average 2018 Hero Rookie of the year 2018