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Updated : 1 day, 16 hours ago IST
The win for Gaurika comes at the right time ahead of the Women's Indian Open next month. Gaurika also moved up the Order of Merit to fourth place ahead of Jahanvi Bakshi. The top three spots are occupied by Pranavi Urs, Hitaashee Bakshi and Seher Atwal.
Updated : 3 days, 11 hours ago IST
Women's Indian Open, a US$ 400,000 event on the Ladies European Tour, will be held at the DLF Golf and Country Club next month
Updated : 3 days, 13 hours ago IST
Gaurika Bishnoi, who closed her second round with a hat-trick of birdies and carded 3-under 69 finished at 2-over 146 as the tournament was decided on the basis of 36 holes.
Updated : 3 days, 23 hours ago IST
Gaurika, who has not tasted victory since the seventh leg of the 2019 season, carded 3-under 69, the only under-par round of the day. With Pranavi Urs, her nearest rival, struggling on the back nine with two bogeys and a double bogey, Gaurika snatched a massive six-shot lead with 18 more hol
Updated : 5 days, 13 hours ago IST
The Gurugram-based golfer Nayanika has also finished fourth, sixth and seventh in three other events apart from the second place finish in the 10th leg.
Updated : 2 months ago IST
A dramatic battle unfolded on the final day at the Prestige Golfshire with no less than four contenders for the title.
Updated : 2 months, 1 week ago IST
Three players, amateur Vidhatri Urs, Sneha Singh and Ishvari Prasanna carded 1-under 71 each, while two other players, Nayanika Sanga and Shweta Mansingh scored even par 72 each to be tied sixth
Pranavi, who won last week at the Bangalore Golf Club, has already won four times this season and another success this week will give her half of the 10 events completed at the end of this week.
Seher, who started the day one shot behind Pranavi, caught up with the leader at the turn. Pranavi, playing with Seher, birdied the sixth, as did the latter.
Updated : 2 months, 2 weeks ago IST
The 19-year-old Pranavi, a three-time winner this season, led by two over Seher Atwal, who showed a welcome return to form with 1-under 68 at the Par-69 course.
Updated : 3 months, 1 week ago IST
Ridhima Dilawari carded 72 for a total of 1-under 215 and won by four shots over Jahanvi Bakshi (72), Seher Atwal (72) and Pranavi Urs (76).
Ridhima Dilawari, who has not tasted a win since January 2021, had three birdies in a row from 11th to 13th and they came on a Par-5, Par-4 and a Par-3 as she carded 69.