Flumserberg (Switzerland), September 4
Indian golfer Tvesa Malik opened with a stable 3-under 69 within the first spherical of the Flumserberg Ladies Open at Gams-Werdenberg Golf Club right here.
The occasion is a part of the Ladies European Tour’s Access Series (LETAS), which returns for the primary time this season. The 54-hole occasion has 82 starters vying for the Euros 40,000 prize fund.
Coming off two weeks of Links golf and a top-20 end, Tvesa had 4 birdies in opposition to one bogey in her spherical for a tied-fifth place.
Other Indian golfer within the subject, Diksha Dagar shot a 1-over 73 and is tied-28th.
The chief, 28-year-old Norwegian Stina Resen, fired a career-low 7-under 65 to realize a three-shot lead over Stefania Avanzo, novice Emma Spitz and Anaell Carnet, all of whom shot a 4-under 68.
Tvesa shared the fifth place with 4 others, together with Sanaa Nuutinen, who completed third at Czech Ladies Open.
Resen, 27, has only one top-10 on LETAS up to now two years.
“I enjoyed my Links experience. I plan to play all events possible. I have had enough rest in the past few months. After the LET Access event this week, I stay on in Switzerland and play an LET event and then in France,” stated Tvesa.
Next week Switzerland will host the Euros 200,000 VP Bank Swiss Ladies Open.
Tvesa bogeyed the second gap, however that was the one bogey she had through the day. She birdied the 4th, 11th, 16th and 17th for a 69.
Diksha opened with a double bogey and added bogey on the sixth and eighth. Her birdies on third and ninth helped her flip in 2-over 38. She birdied 10th and 18th and bogeyed 17th for a day’s work of 1-over 73.
The high participant on the finish of the season on LET Access will earn the coveted LET membership for the 2021 season. PTI