World News – AU – Aditi flies away for T-6e, Tvesa finishes T-27th at Moonlight Classic


Aditi Ashok went from T-17 overnight for her second best result of 2020 after her fourth tie at the NSW Open in January In eight events this year, she made the four-way cut and has had two Top-10 – Getty Images

India’s Aditi Ashok got a stunning 8 under 64 to score an impressive tied 6th in the Omega Dubai Moonlight Classic at the Emirates Golf Club here

Aditi went from T-17 overnight for her second best result of 2020 after her tie for 4th at the NSW Open in January In eight events this year, she made the cut in four and had two Top-10s

The 64 was also Aditi’s best in a main event since turning pro, although she did point out she was 10 under 62 in the LET Q-School third round she won in December 2015 She was also a nine-under 63 in qualifying for the 18 hole British Open in July 2016

Tvesa Malik, a late participant in the event, finally found her rhythm after 75-75 in the first two laps

She shot a 69 and came up to finish tied for 27th, but it was a tough day for Diksha Dagar (83) as she fell to tie-48th Astha Madan (77) finished tied-52nd Tvesa had four birdies against a bogey

Meanwhile, Minjee Lee (69) landed a massive putt to beat Celine Boutier (68) in a play-off after the two players were tied at 10 under Night leader Caroline Hedwall (72) ended in a tie for third place at 9 under

Reflecting on his performance, Aditi said: “Coming into the final round I just thought I would make the most of it and try to have a birdie chance on every hole. I love playing in Dubai and it was nice to have a good finish here again

Report from the previous day –
Moonlight Classic: Diksha and Aditi in the top 10 in Dubai

Starting the week with a 75 inning, Aditi made amends with a 69 under three in the second round In the final round on Friday, she opened the course under the lights with seven birdies and an eagle against a single bogey

Minjee, who was nine under after 15 holes, birdied the 16th par 5 to reach 10 under, and at that same hole, five minutes, Boutier, then 11 under, lost a shot after hitting his second shot in the penalty area This tied the two at 10 cents and they parried the last two holes to force a play-off

Minjee sank a monster from a nearly 25-foot birdie putt, after Boutier landed a putt within two feet over 30 feet as overnight leader Hedwall struggled on the nine first, Boutier took the lead early, but this late bogey ruined his day

The four Indians are now scheduled to take part in the One million Euro Aramco Saudi Ladies International, the very first female professional event in Saudi Arabia

Omega Dubai Moonlight Classic, Minjee Lee, Dubai, Ladies European Tour, Aditi Ashok

World News – AU – Aditi flies to 6th place, Tvesa finishes 27th in Classic moonlight


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