Aditi Ashok is an Indian golfer, a native of Bangalore. Presently she is ranked 200th among women golfers around the world.
Aditi lists an incredible set of achievements with three LET titles to her accomplishments and two on the Indian circuit.
She has backed the first Indian player to gain victory in LET and attained the second position on the European circuit in 2016.
Also known for claiming the title of rookie of the year. She has been said to have competed at the Rio Olympics in 2016, upholding the 41st position.
This weekend India’s star player Aditi Ashok crossed the first obstacle in the AIG Women’s Cup and secured the cut. Aditi has been able to cut the Women’s open for the second time. She even delivered a career-best Major in T-22 finish in 2018.
Aditi Ashok Finishes 36 holes in one over
Indian golfer, Aditi had a tough call while she hung on the ground to pursue the closing of holes(71-74). She stood at the Carnoustie Links to challenge the finest of 36 overs in one over. She has accomplished the cut line along with 66 players in the tournament.
Aditi scored a hole with one stroke in the sixth but lost its width in the next. While losing on the back nine, she missed shots on both the Par-3s. The Par- 3 13th was accomplished on the first day with Par-3 16th. During the weekend, she gained victory by narrowly gaining the last two holes.
While on the other, England’s Georgia Hall prepared for a golden victory by scoring a round of 69 and becoming the co-leader of the halfway stage.
She rounded in her 60s on seven-under Par with her first-round benefit of 68 from her Women’s championship in 2018.
Hall fired 33 with three birdies on the 4th, fifth and seventh holes and on the back nine; she perceived three more birdies taking the lead in the game.
Mina Harigae profited with a score of 67. The golf player placed three birdies and one bogey at the front line, alongside gaining four more birdies with a speeding shot at the back nine.
About six players were placed in a tie for the fifth on five-under-par heading during the weekend. One of them was Ireland’s Leona Maguire, who gained a bogey-free round of 67 to move into contention.