Bordeaux (France), September 18
Indian golfer Tvesa Malik shot a gap spherical of 1-under 70 in blistering scorching situations within the Open De France to share the seventh spot on the powerful Chateaux Course.
Malik opened with a birdie however gave away back-to-back bogeys on the third and 4th. She fought again fantastically with a trio of birdies on the seventh, eighth and ninth to show in 2-under 34 on Thursday.
On the again 9, Malik was very regular with eight pars and her solely dropped shot was on the Par-3 12th. She was tied 11th when she completed however by the point the 78-player subject completed in troublesome scoring situations, she had moved as much as tied seventh.
Malik is now two photographs behind the trio of leaders – English gamers Charlotte Thompson and Gabriella Cowley and native newbie and debutant Lucie Malchirand – who fired opening rounds of 3-under 68 to share the lead.
Things, nevertheless, have been depressing for Diksha Dagar, who had a horrendous spherical of 18-over 89. Her final three rounds have now been within the 80s, together with 87-80 in Switzerland.
Dagar mockingly began with a birdie, however then had six bogeys, two doubles and three triple bogeys.
Malik, who missed the lower in Switzerland final week, is in her full season in Europe. She was T-20 in Czech Ladies and T-Four on the Flumserberg Ladies Open on LET Access Series.
The situations have been such that solely 17 of the 78 gamers broke par. The 36-hole lower will fall on the finish of the second spherical, with 36 gamers continuing to the ultimate spherical. PTI