Rakhee Tandon Kapoor and Mr Pawan Munjal present the winner's cheque to Emily Kristine Pedersen of Denmark (centre)
HWIO 2015 Winner Emily Kristine Pedersen
Mr Pawan Munjal presents a Hero Pleasure to Vani Kapoor for finishing as the Best Indian professional
Mrs Kavita Singh presents the Best Amateur salver to Aditi Ashok at HWIO 2015
Rookie Emily Kristine Pedersen’s first trip to India turned out be a memorable one as she fended off a strong challenge from Cheyenne Woods, Becky Morgan and Malene Jorgensen, carding one over 73 to win her maiden European title after the final round of the Hero Women’s Indian Open 2015 here today.
Rookie Emily Kristine Pedersen of Denmark staved off a strong challenge from compatriot Malene Jorgensen and Becky Morgan of Wales, carding one-over 73 to retain her lead after the second round of the Hero Women’s Indian Open 2015 here today. The $400,000 event is being played at the DLF Golf and Country Club and will culminate tomorrow.
Denmark’s rookie Emily Kristine Pederson carded a very respectable 2 under 70 on the ‘Black Knight’ Course at the DLF Golf and Country Club in the evening session to grab the clubhouse lead in the first round of the $400,000 Hero Women’s Indian Open, 2015 here on Friday.
While French woman Gwladys Nocera is back to defend her Hero Women's Indian Open title at the tricky 'Black Knight' course at the DLF Golf and Country Club, a host of Indian stars including Vani Kapoor and Sharmila Nicollet, will lead the local challenge as the country's only Ladies European Tour (LET) golf tournament tees off here on Friday.
A state-of-art revamped DLF Golf and Country Club; a significantly increased prize purse and a strong playing field will be the star features of the Hero Women’s Indian Open 2015. The only Ladies European Tour tri-sanctioned tournament in the country will be played from October 23-25, 2015.
The 2015 Hero Women’s Indian Open week is upon us and lots of expectations are pinned on the 19 Indian participants who are vying to become first ever Indian winner of the National Open for women’s golf in India. One such golfer is the tall, glamorous girl from Bengaluru, Sharmila Nicollet.
Aakash Ohri is the man of the soil so to speak. He knows his golf and his course as he was among the first in the team to build golf at DLF. He has seen the course built and carved out of nothing.
It’s the festive season of Dusshera in India that marks the Hero Women’s Indian Open 2015. The burning of 12 heads of the demon King Ravana (part of Indian mythology) to demolish evil over good will be an experience and treat for visiting players and guests.
India’s top ranked professional golfer, Vani Kapoor, is vying for the coveted Hero Women’s Indian Open (HWIO) championship, which will be held from 23-25 Oct this year.
Amandeep Drall of Chandigarh will debut as a professional in the upcoming Hero Women’s Indian Open from 23-25 October at the DLF Golf & Country Club,
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 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.
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.
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