Diksha registers hole in one, lies sixth after first round in Switzerland
Puidoux, Switzerland, May 30: Diksha Dagar’s dream season continued as she registered a hole-in-one at the 15th hole at the Golf de Lavaux course at the Lavaux Ladies Championship late on Wednesday. The event is on the Ladies European Tour’s Access Series, the second rung of the Tour.

Dagar shot two-under 70 and was lying Tied-sixth with two birdies, two bogeys and an ace. Dagar, winner of the Women’s South African Open, used an 8-Iron and aced the 15th for her first hole in one on the international platform as a pro.

France’s Ariane Provot shot four-under round of 68 to take the outright lead on day one. The Frenchwoman scored seven birdies, including three in a row on holes from fifth to seventh, and three bogeys to end –4, one clear of the chasers:

She had her boyfriend on the bag and it seems to be working.

Finland’s Sanna Nuutinen and Sweden’s Viva Schlasberg ended the opening day’s play with a share of second place at Lavaux, after shooting three-under-par rounds of 69. The pair were joined on three-under by Scotland’s Rachel Taylor and Valentine Derrey of France.

There are twelve players within two shots of overnight leader Provot.