Aditi Ashok registers her consecutive second-place finish at Ladies European tour. Aditi shot an excellent 65 in final round to register 13 under finish at Magical Kenya ladies open.
21 year old,2016 Rookie of the year Aditi finish one shot behind leader Esther Henseleit of Germany who shoots brilliant bogey-free 8 under to emerge the winner Here.
Leader after 54 holes, Julia Engstrom of Sweden who has a decent 7 hole lead after round three, had a bad fourth round of two over and only manage to finish third here.
Aditi win 19 Lack 25 thousand price money here she shot 8 birdies and one eagle in the final round. But triple Bogey on 8th hole cost her top spot here. She also had a second-place finish two weeks earlier in Spain.
Cristine Wolf of USA who starts alongside Aditi and Engstorm also had a disappointing final round of 74. She finish with fourth under for fourth place. Aditi and Henseleit start round four with 6 under, 7 behind leader Engstorm.
Ashok had a Birdie birdie start here and she reduces the lead between her and Engstorm to three before she suffers triple bogey on eighth hole. Aditi’s first shot of par three( 8th hole) goes to water. And the third shot was a miss which cost Aditi triple bogey.
Aditi Ashok shot 31 on Back Nine
But Aditi Ashok came back quickly with Birdie on ninth and tenth hole followed by an eagle on the tenth. All three-putt shot on ninth, tenth and eleventh shot was brilliant by Aditi.
— Capital FM Kenya (@CapitalFMKenya) December 8, 2019
Aditi shot bogey-free 31 on back nine but was not enough to overcome Henseleit final score.
Other Indian, Diksha Dagar finish tied for 16th place with final score of one over. Tvesa Malik finishes tied for 27 places with four over while Astha Madan finishes 53th with nine over. Other Indian Vani Kapoor failed to make the cut.
Five-time major title winner Aditi Ashok is rank thirteen in Ladies European tour order of merit with 233.47 points followed by Diksha Dagar on 14th place. Aditi is 147 ranked in Women world golf ranking.
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