Hero Women's Indian Open 2011 Updates

Sharmila finishes as top Indian; Caroline Hedwall is champion

Gurgaon, India Dec 11: In the end Sharmila Nicollet maintained her current position as India’s top professional with an excellent 68 on the final day for tied 22nd as the curtain came down on the Hero Women’s Indian Open on Sunday. She totaled 217 and jumped from overnight 50th to 22nd place and picked up 2,565 euros.
Sweden’s 23-year-old Caroline Hedwall stayed calm and patient through the day for a fine 69, following 67 and 68 on the first two days to finish at 12-under 204 and run out a two-shot winner over the fighting second-placed Phatlum Pornanong (67-69-70) whose two bogeys on the ninth and 16th cost her dear. The champion of 2008 and 2009 finished in top-6 for the fourth year running.
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Caroline heads into final round with one shot-lead over Pornanong and Wessberg at Hero Women’s Indian Open

Gurgaon, India Dec 10: Rookie Caroline Hedwall of Sweden unleashed a hat-trick of birdies on her closing holes to leap-frog into sole lead on the penultimate day of the Hero Women’s Indian Open 2011 here at the DLF Golf and Country Club.

Hedwall who has three wins this year and is already assured of the Rookie of the Year award, was two behind two-time champion Phatlum Pornanong (67-69) of Thailand and fellow Swede Linda Wessberg (70-66), both at 136. She birdied the last three for a card of 68 and moved one clear to 135.
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