Hero Women's Indian Open 2015

Amateurs to add colour to Hero Women’s Indian Open 2015.

New Delhi, 30th September: The Women’s Golf Association of India (WGAI) has confirmed the participation of three young talents for the Hero Women’s Indian Open 2015, all under the age of eighteen years. The US $ 400,000 event will see top three amateurs from India- Aditi Ashok, Ridhima Dilawari and Seher Atwal, compete against some of the best professionals from around the globe. The flagship event, tri-sanctioned by the Ladies European Tour (LET), the Ladies Asian Golf Tour (LAGT) and Women’s Golf Association of India (WGAI) will be played from
23rd – 25th October at the revamped DLF Golf & Country Club, Gurgaon.  
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Enhanced Prize Purse of US $ 4,00,000 for Hero Women’s Indian Open ‘15.

New Delhi, September 24, 2015: The Hero Women’s Indian Open 2015, to be played from 23rd to 25th of October at the DLF Golf and Country Club, Gurgaon, will have a never-before enhancement in the prize purse from US $ 3,00,000 to US $4,00,000 making the event one of the biggest attractions for womens’ golf in Asia.  
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Playing on the Symetra Tour helped me become adaptable and tough, says Vaishavi Sinha.

New Delhi, 22nd September 2015: Vaishavi Sinha, 24 year old lady pro golfer from Noida, made quite a few headlines during her Hero Women’s Indian Open exploits last year at the Delhi Golf Club. The Noida golfer stole the show on day one when she carded six-under 67 to become the highest placed Indian behind the eventual leader, Gwladys Nocera. Vaishavi capped the week off as the top placed Indian with a tied 5th finish. Ever since, she has gone on to represent India on the Symetra Tour in the United States of America for majority of the year while managing a win out of the three tournaments she played on the Hero Women’s Professional Golf Tour, during her visit to India this year.  
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I hope to better my home record at Hero Women’s Indian Open: Tanya Wadhwa.

New Delhi, 6th September 2015: Indian golfers have made a lot of headlines, worldwide, in the past few months. Last week in Mexico, 22 year old Tanya Wadhwa produced another noteworthy performance by an Indian golfer on an international platform.
Playing at the IPGM Classic, which is purely an invite based tournament and includes players from Ladies professional Golf Association (LPGA) and Symetra Tour, Tanya finished tied 9th with a three day total of three-over 219 (70,74,79). The field included former world no 1 Lorena Ochoa and the top two leaders of Symetra Tour money list – Lee Lopez and Alejandra Llaneza among others.  
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