Camille Chevalier of France with the trophy and Mr Munjal Chairman, Managing Director and CEO of Hero Motor Corp.
Vani Kapoor of India celebrates a biride on the 3rd hole during the final round
Camille Chevalier with her trophy and friends on tour, Justine Dreher, Ariane Provot and Agathe Sauzon
Camille Chevalier produced a fairy-tale finish with birdies on the last two holes to grab the Hero Women’s Indian Open from under the overnight leader Michele Thomson’s nose.
Michele Thomson, a prodigy-turned-constable-turned-record breaker opened a handy three-shot lead over the rest of the field, as the Gary Player course at the DLF Golf and Country Club finally yielded mouth-watering scores for the first time in three years.
Marianne Skarpnord fired a five-under 67 to open-up a one-stroke lead after the first round of the Hero Women’s Indian Open in Gurgaon on Friday.
Vani Kapoor showed the way for the Indians with a fine performance on the opening day of the 11th Hero Women’s Indian Open at the Gary Player course at the DLF Golf and Country Club. The small-built Vani, who nevertheless packs a lot of power, is playing her seventh Women’s Indian Open, but fifth as a pro.
The small-built but bubbly Vani Kapoor making her seventh appearance at the Hero Women’s Indian Open is keen to set a record or two straight at the upcoming event, which tees off on Friday morning. Vani, who is 23 years of age, but has already been a pro for five years, is playing at her home course, so she reckons she knows a thing or two more.
The Hero Women’s Indian Open will see one of the strongest fields in recent years as 114 players from over 25 countries gather for the 11th edition of the event.
The 2017 edition of the prestigious ‘Hero Women’s Indian Open’ was announced today. The event will tee-off at the picturesque DLF Golf and Country Club, Gurgaon, from November 9 – 12, 2017.
Aditi Ashok carded an even par 72 on the final day to become the first Indian to lift the Hero Women’s Indian Open at the DLF Golf and Country Club here on Sunday. On a day that saw leads shift hands on multiple occasions, Aditi held her nerve to get the better of American Brittany Lincicome and Spain’s Belen Mozo....