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Steady Tvesa takes the first round lead in seventh leg of Hero WPG Tour
Bengaluru, June 20: Tvesa Malik, who has been having a terrific season with one win and four other Top-5 finishes in six starts, got off to a good start with a steady even par 72 in the seventh leg of the Hero Women’s Professional Golf Tour at the Prestige Golfshire course.
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Neha, Tvesa and Gusimar ready as Hero WPG Tour resumes after break
Bengaluru, June 19: The Hero Women’s Professional Golf Tour resumes at the picturesque Prestige Golfshire golf course on Wednesday after a three-month break. The field, which includes the top three on the Hero Order of Merit led by Neha Tripathi, is ready for the seventh leg.
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Neha Tripathi caps eventful week with a 14-shot win in sixth leg of Hero WPG Tour
Gurgaon, March 23: Neha Tripathi capped an amazing week with a third successive sub-par round that gave her one of the biggest wins in the history of the Hero Women’s Pro Golf Tour. A final round of three-under 69 with four birdies against one bogey, all on the back nine, gave her a week’s total of 16-under 200.
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Neha shoots a historic 10-under 62 to take 11-shot lead in sixth leg of Hero WPG Tour
Gurgaon, March 22: Neha Tripathi played one of the finest ever rounds in Indian women’s golf as she shot a scintillating 10-under 62 to open up a 11-shot lead after 36 holes in the sixth leg of the Hero Women’s Pro Golf Tour at the Classic Golf and Country Club on Thursday.
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Neha finishes strongly to take lead in sixth leg of Hero WPG Tour
Gurgaon, March 21: Neha Tripathi finished strongly to grab the lead with a 3-under 69 in the opening round of the sixth leg of the Hero Women’s Pro Golf Tour. Playing at the Classic Golf & Country Club on Wednesday, Neha, who has been a runner-up in two of her last three starts, is one shot clear of Amandeep Drall (70), who has not featured on the domestic circuit since the first two legs.
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Gursimar favourite even as stars return for sixth leg of Hero WPG Tour
Gurgaon, March 20: Gursimar Badwal, who has won two of the last three events and has been the most consistent in the 2018 season, will begin as a big favourite for the sixth leg of the Hero Women’s Pro Golf Tour. Gursimar has not finished outside Top-5 this season and she also leads the Hero Order of Merit.
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Gursimar rallies to win fifth leg, moves to top of Hero Order of Merit
Greater NOIDA, Feb 23: Gursimar Badwal bounced back from her indifferent second round to log a second sub-par card of 70 during the week to claim the fifth leg of the Hero Women’s Pro Golf Tour 2018 at the Jaypee Greens. The 24-year-old Kapurthala golfer, who earlier won the third leg at Poona Club Golf Course, became the first multiple winner of the season and also moved to the top of the Hero Order of Merit.
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Afshan hot on the heels of leader Neha Tripathi in fifth leg of Hero WPGT
Greater NOIDA, Feb 22: Afshan Fatima played the best round of the season with a superb three-under 69 on the second day of the fifth leg of the Hero Women’s Pro Golf Tour 2018. Afshan, 21, may well have been two shots better but for a late double bogey on Par-3 16th.
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Sharmila off to a fine start, lies fourth in Australia
Bonville, NSW, Australia, Feb 22: Sharmila Nicollet got off to a strong start in the Australian Ladies Classic at the highly acclaimed Bonville Golf Resort with a solid two-under 70 that placed her in shared fourth place after the first round.
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Sharmila first Indian to qualify for China LPGA Tour
New Delhi, Feb 10: Sharmila Nicollet has become the first Indian to qualify for the China Ladies PGA Tour. The 26-year-old Bengaluru golfer fought her way back into the tournament in ​​the last two rounds to earn a card for the Tour, which had Women’s World rankings points also.
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20 August 2016, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil: Inbee Park of the Republic of Korea captured Asia’s first Olympic golf gold medal when she completed a remarkable recovery from injury to underline her status as one of the modern greats of the women’s game.
The 28-year-old from Seoul recorded her third sublime 66 at Reserva de Marapendi Golf Course in Rio de Janeiro to win the first women’s competition since 1900 by five shots from New Zealand’s Lydia Ko and by six from Shanshan Feng of China. Park finished on a 16-under-par total of 268 with scores of 66-66-70-66.
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16 August 2016, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil: The world’s top women golfers are set to take the Olympic stage in Rio de Janeiro beginning this Wednesday, 17 August. The International Golf Federation this morning announced the draw for the first and second rounds of the women’s golf competition at Rio 2016 when a field of 60 competitors will be seeking to follow in the footsteps of Margaret Abbott of the United States, who won the gold medal in Paris in 1900.
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8 August 2016, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil: The International Golf Federation has announced the draw for the first and second rounds of the Men’s Golf Competition at Rio 2016. At 7.30am local time on Thursday 11th August, history will be made when Brazilian, Adilson da Silva, hits the opening tee shot and golf’s return to the Olympic Games will be complete.
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Olympic Golf Course achieves recognition from Golf Environment Organization
The Rio Olympic Golf Course has today been recognised for its commitment and contribution to the enhancement of the environment. Following three years of extensive reporting, monitoring, evaluation and site visits from an independent auditor, spanning the design, construction and grow in phases of the project, The Rio Olympic Golf Course has achieved GEO Certified® Development status.
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A hundred and sixteen years ago, the story of Golf Olympics was etched as a sport in the Summer of 1900….
There was no Opening or Closing Ceremony in the small hamlet of “Compiegne”-in Northern France on the banks of “OISE RIVER” to mark the first ever ‘Golf Olympics’. Just four nations were able to show case their talent of 22 players in total. Two nations comprising Greece &France from the European continent, Great Britain and the USA these countries participated in the first Golf Olympics staged from October 2nd to 4th 1900.
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Aditi Ashok- All Eyes On Ricoh Women’s British Open 2016
India’s first woman Olympian golfer and Rookie on the Ladies European Tour, Aditi Ashok stunned 84 top notch players as she created history by becoming the youngest player ever from India to win and qualify for her first major golf championship - Ricoh Women’s British Open 2016 at age 18!
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Fields confirmed for Olympic Games golf competitions
The names of the 120 men and women who will create golf history in Rio de Janeiro next month have been ratified today (Tuesday, July 19) with the publication of confirmed places for the Olympic Games competition at Reserva de Marapendi Golf Course between August 11 and 20.
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Final Olympic Golf Rankings Published
The two-year qualification process for golf’s return to the Olympic Games for the first time in 112 years has been completed with the publication today of the Final Olympic Golf Rankings.
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The Indian golf story to Rio - By Champika N Sayal
An end of a long 112-year long journey. A journey that generations of golfers across in India and the globe would have liked to have witnessed. No longer will the game of golf be just club oriented or discriminatory by colour and gender. It is an exemplary test for the best.
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The magic of golf in Morocco - By Champika N Sayal
The Moroccans showed the way to global golfing communities with their new mantra “Golf Together”- symbolizing gender equality. It hosted best of male and female players from across the globe at the same venue, in May, opening up a new chapter in golfing history.
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● RHEA NAIR made cut in both the tournaments
● Sharmila drops to 11th. - Times of India (Bangalore)
● Golfer Sharmila Nicollet slips to 11th spot after round three of European Tour Q- School final stage. - Asian Age (Delhi)
● Sharmila drops to 11th. - Deccan Herald (Delhi)
● SSharmila 11th after 3rd round of Euro Qualifiers. - Mail Today (Delhi)
● Sharmila in Q-School Final Stage
● Smriti, Rhea tied 22nd - Times of India (Delhi)
● Smriti, Rhea tied 22nd - WGAI-DNA (Mumbai)
● Ladies Golf - Statesman (Kolkata)
● Smriti, Rhea tied 22nd - Indian Express (Mumbai)
● Smriti, Rhea tied 22nd - Indian Express (Delhi)
● Smriti, Rhea tied 22nd - Hindustan Times (Delhi)
● Indians off to good Start
● Smriti Rhea in tied 22nd Spot.
● Sharmila, Smriti among 5 Indians for European Tour qualifiers
● Five Indian women at European Tour qualifiers
Player Seasons Earning (Rs.)
1) Neha Tripathi 5,65,400
2) Gursimar Badwal 5,20,500
3) Tvesa Malik 5,15,600
4) Saaniya Sharma 3,14,200
5) Smriti Mehra 3,04,600
Hero Player of the year 2017 Hero Best Stroke Average 2017