Holzhausern (Switzerland), September 10
Tvesa Malik continued her good run, carding 1-under 71 however fellow Indian golfer Diksha Dagar came across a horrendous 15-over 87 on the opening day on the VP Bank Swiss Ladies Open right here on Thursday.
Tvesa, who has displayed regular kind in latest weeks, shot a no-frills spherical to be tied-19th with many gamers nonetheless on the course at Golfpark Holzhausern.
In distinction, Diksha’s struggles continued as she began with a birdie however then dropped six bogeys, three double bogeys and a quadruple bogey throughout a horror opening day.
With followers coming in for the primary time, native star Kim Metraux, one of many two sisters within the discipline, carded a 6-under 66 to take sole lead, two forward of Norwegian Tonje Daffinrud, who was 4-under with two holes to play.
Also at 4-under was Sanna Nuutinen, winner final week on the LET Access Tournament in Switzerland. Sanna had three extra holes to play.
Tvesa continued along with her liking for Par-Three as each her birdies got here on them. She birdied the Par-Three 4th and Par-3 15th, whereas she dropped a shot on Par-4 13th.
“The Par-5s are a bit tricky so I played safe today. I did have a couple of other birdie chances but couldn’t get the putts to roll in,” mentioned Tvesa.
“To be honest it was not my best hitting. Today I was a little off with my irons, so I need to go and work on that before I head back to my room.”
Once once more Tvesa prevented utilizing a caddie. She mentioned, “I am using a trolley this week.”
Many gamers are doing likewise. Tvesa had completed tied-20th at Czech Ladies Open and tied-fourth on the Flumserberg Ladies Open.
Welsh golfer, Becky Morgan shot a 3-under 69 and fellow Welsh participant, Amy Boulden was additionally 3-under however after 16 holes. Leader Kim’s sister, Morgane Metraux carded a par 72. PTI