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Hero Women's Indian Open 2012

Aditi is the toast Indian contingent, finishes eighth, Nalini top Indian pro at tied 33rd

Gurgaon, December 2: Aditi Ashok, the 14-year-old Indian amateur, who won everybody’s admiration this week, ended as the top Indian in the sixth edition of the Hero Women’s Indian Open at the DLF Golf and Country Club. The teenager, who has been dominating the amateur circuit, shot an even par final round to finish at one-under 215 and in tied eighth place.
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Phatlum wins Hero Women's Indian open third time; Aditi is best Indian; Nalini top pro

Gurgaon, December 2: Thailand’s Pornanong Phatlum presented herself an early 23rd birthday present as she won the Hero Women’s Indian Open a record third time at the DLF Golf and Country Club in Gurgaon on Sunday. Phatlum, who celebrates her 23rd birthday on Tuesday was most authoritative in her win carding a final round of six-under 66 to set a new tournament record of 13-under 203, beating by one, the total achieved by Caroline Hedwall in 2011. Hedwall, who set a new course record on Saturday, was distance second following a final round of 69, that gave her a total of nine-under 207, four behind the winner.
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Phatlum in pole position, Hedwall sets course record, Aditi best Indian at Hero Women’s Indian Open

Gurgaon, December 1: Two-time champion Phatlum Pornanong of Thailand moved into the pole position, while the defending champion Swede Caroline Hedwall cracked the course record as the duo revived memories of their 2011 battle at the DLF Golf and Country Club. At the end of 36 holes in the sixth Hero Women’s Indian Open, Phatlum, second to Hedwall in 2011, carded seven-under 65 to share the lead with Australian Bree Arthur (67) at seven-under 137.
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Aditi best Indian; Nalini top Indian pro

Gurgaon, December 1: The Indian contingent which had a brilliant start on Friday was somewhat subdued on Saturday, but 14-year-old school girl, Aditi Ashok, held her nerves to shoot a 74 that kept her as the best Indian at one-under 143 and in tied 10th alongside the likes of ISPS Handa Order of Merit leader Carlota Ciganda (75-68) and Becky Morgan (70-73).
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Amateur Aditi holds her own against top pros from Europe, shares 3-way lead

Gurgaon, November 30:Aditi Ashok, a 14-year-old amateur from Bangalore, stole the thunder on the opening day of the Hero Women’s Indian Open as she shared honours with two veterans from the Ladies European Tour, 30-year-old Becky Brewerton of Wales and 42-year-old Stefania Croce of Italy. The trio shot three-under 69 on the first day at the DLF Golf and Country Club on Friday.
Double winner on the Ladies European Tour this season, Carly Booth won the long drive for Team RoW with a drive of 283 yards as Sharmila Nicollet fell just short of her by four metres. That was followed by the 100-yard shot in which two-time Indian Open winner Phatlum Pornanong playing for Team Asia hit her shot to two feet five inches and took the top spot.
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