Indian ladies fade out


Troon (UK), August 21

Aditi Ashok and Diksha Dagar as we speak pale out of the Women’s British Open with a disappointing efficiency within the second spherical as properly.

Aditi carded a second consecutive 7-over 78 to complete with a two-round whole of a 14-over 156, one stroke higher than Diksha, who carded a 78 after her 79 within the first spherical. The third Indian within the discipline, Tvesa Malik, who had carded an 8-over 79 yesterday, was 2-over within the second spherical as we speak (10-over total) on the time of going to press.

Strong winds had made play tough as we speak too, and with the reduce prone to fall at 7-over, the Indian trio was manner under the cut-line.

Aditi’s spherical of 78 as we speak included one birdie on the par-Three fifth, her solely birdie over two days; she had two double-bogeys and 4 bogeys in her spherical as we speak. Aditi reached 11 of 18 greens in regulation as we speak.

Diksha managed to avert double-bogeys as we speak however seven bogeys eradicated her with a 36-hole whole of 157; she wanted to par her spherical as we speak to have any probability of qualifying for the weekend rounds. She reached solely six greens in regulation.

Defending champion Hinako Shibuno suffered a nightmare second spherical, carding a 78 to slide to 12-over total and was set to overlook the reduce. Dani Holmqvist and Austin Ernst shared the lead at a 1-under 141. — TNS



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