18-year-old Aditi Ashok makes history by becoming the first lady golfer from India to win on the Ladies European Tour at the Hero Women’s Indian Open.
Aditi had a final round of even par 72 to win the Hero Women’s Indian Open with a -3 under par total at Hero Women’s Indian Open, at DLF Golf and Country Club, Bangalore, India;
“I’ve had a lot of good finishes at the Indian Open and to finally get the job done feels good, especially as an Indian player in front of my home crowd. It means a lot to win this.”
“I was planning to play just for the front but I was playing out of the rough so it came out hot and flew more. It’s a tricky hole because you can’t see the green. I don’t know.”
“Belen hit hers left and it found the green, so she was lucky as well. I think I was really lucky on the 18th but I missed quite a few on the front nine. The course was giving back to me.”
Aditi made birdie, with an eight foot putt on the 468 yard par 5 last hole to collect her amazing prize;
Brittany Lincicome, U.S.A. -3 under 69 today, and Belen Mozo, Spain, -1 under 71, shared second place at -2 under par. Both ladies parred the last hole.
While writing this Wellington New Zealand has a massive earthquake, I will return to this post later, I hope.
It is now two hours since the big quake, all our family are now coming round to our house, because they have no power, and there has been a tsunami warning, and they also live by the beach. It is 2am