|1||Aline Krauter (GER)||-15|
|2||Sara Kjellker (SWE)||-10|
|3||Diksha Dagar (IND)||-8|
|4||Hannah Burke (ENG)||-7|
|5||Sara Kouskova (CZE)||-6|
Leading by two shots going into the fourth and final round of the US$ 400,000 Hero Women’s Indian Open, overnight leader Germany’s Aline Krauter (68) overcame an early challenge from fellow rookie Sara Kjellker (71) of Sweden to win her maiden Ladies European Tour title at the DLF Golf and Country Club.
Diksha Dagar salvaged her third round with a birdie-birdie finish as she carded 1-under 71 to keep her hopes alive of winning the US$ 400,000 Hero Women’s Indian Open at the DLF Golf and Country Club.
Playing in front of her family, friends, and fans at the US$ 400,000 Hero Women’s Indian Open, Vani Kapoor grabbed the spotlight on Day 2 as she added 70 to her first round 68 to take the top spot for most part of the day.
There was a strong Indian presence on top of the leaderboard as one of the pre-tournament favourites Diksha Dagar (67) and a resurgent Vani Kapoor (68), who is playing at her home course, occupied two of the top three places after the first round of the Hero Women’s Indian Open at the DLF Golf and Country Club.
Diksha Dagar, Tvesa Malik and Amandeep Drall lead a strong Indian challenge as Johanna Gustavsson of Sweden, Thai Trichat Cheenglab and Austria's Christine Wolf look at spoiling the home party at the Hero Women’s Indian Open 2023, which gets underway at the DLF Golf and Country Club tomorrow.
Led by Diksha Dagar and Johanna Gustavsson, two of the leading contenders this week for the Hero Women’s Indian Open 2023, the star players got off to a fine start for the $ 400,000 event.
The Hero Women’s Indian Open, the flagship Ladies European Tour (LET) event in Asia, is back for its 15th edition with a star-studded playing field.
Olivia Cowan produced a brilliant finish over the weekend as she closed the final round with a solid 4-under 68 to win the Hero Women’s Indian Open at the DLF Golf and Country Club.
Amandeep Drall’s tied second place at the US$400,000 Hero Women’s Indian Open was the icing on the cake in a week that saw a very strong display by the home contingent.
Amandeep Drall drilled a confident six-footer for a final birdie to take sole lead with a bogey-free 67 on the third day of the US$ 400,000 Hero Women’s Indian Open.
Amandeep Drall holds a two-shot advantage as we head down the back nine on the third day of the Hero Women’s Indian Open, after the local talent rolled in four birdies in five holes to take the lead at DLF Golf and Country Club.
Amandeep Drall and Gaurika Bishnoi led a sizeable Indian contingent into the weekend rounds of the US$400,000 Hero Women’s Indian Open at the DLF Golf & Country Club on Friday.
Gaurika Bishnoi played an electric second nine on the front side of the DLF Golf & Country Club to get into a four-way lead at the midway stage of the Hero Women’s Indian Open 2022.
Sweden’s Elin Arvidsson and Anais Meyssonnier of France share the lead on -6 as we head into the second half of their rounds on the second day of the Hero Women’s Indian Open.
Amandeep Drall led the Indian charge opening with a bogey-free five under par 67 to share the third place on day one of the US$400,000 Hero Women’s Indian Open at the DLF Golf and Country Club on Thursday.
Linda Wessberg is no stranger to India. The veteran Swede, who has been playing on the Ladies European Tour since 2004, has been to India no less than eight times for the Hero Women’s Indian Open and she has never missed the cut.
The home hopes will be pinned on 2016 champion Aditi Ashok at the US$400,000 Hero Women’s Indian Open which tees off at the DLF Golf & Country Club on Thursday.
Christine Wolf is happy to be back at the course where she achieved her finest moment. And India’s own Aditi Ashok is keen on showcasing her global status to her countless followers at home
Aditi Ashok, whose name brings about a sense of excitement among Indian golf fans, is back on ‘home’ turf in India for the Hero Women’s Indian Open after a gap which got extended due to the pandemic.
Six years ago, when Camille Chevalier came to India, all her thoughts centred around having a solid week to ensure that she moved from her rookie status to a better position the following season by keeping her card.
Caroline Hedwall, who won the Hero Women's Indian Open in 2011 in her rookie year, has confirmed her participation in this year's edition of the tournament.
After a great 2021 when she came within a whisker of picking up her maiden Ladies European Tour win in Switzerland, Tvesa Malik, one of the Indian regulars on the Tour, has had a bit of a low season in 2022.
Austria’s Christine Wolf has been waiting to defend her Hero Women’s Indian Open title, a trophy that has been so dear to her. After coming tantalisingly close in 2018, Christine showed her mettle to win the event at the DLF Golf & Country Club in 2019.
Pranavi Urs, the in-form player on the domestic Hero Women’s Pro Golf Tour, is the latest addition to the star-studded line-up at the Hero Women’s Indian Open 2022.
A strong field of past champions and current winners from the Ladies European Tour (LET) are confirmed for the Hero Women’s Indian Open 2022, which returns to action for the first time since 2019. With a prize purse of US$ 400,000, the event will be staged at the picturesque DLF Golf and Country Club in Gurugram from October 20-23, 2022.
Keeping the health and safety of everyone as top most priority in view of the current situation due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the Ladies European Tour (LET) and Women’s Golf Association of India (WGAI) today announced the cancellation of the Hero Women’s Indian Open, scheduled for October 1-4, 2020.
Christine Wolf buried the ghosts of the past with a bogey-free final round to clinch the Hero Women’s Indian Open for her maiden Ladies European Tour title. The HWIO and the DLF Golf and Country Club is becoming a happy hunting ground for first-time winners. Following Welsh veteran Becky Morgan’s breakthrough win after 19 long years on the Ladies European Tour in 2018, it was the 30-year-old Austrian Wolf’s turn as she grabbed her first title after six years on the Tour.
Whitney Hillier rode a roller coaster of a back nine which she rounded off with two birdies at the very end to sneak ahead of everyone into the sole lead at the end of the second round of the Hero Women’s Indian Open on Friday
England’s Meghan MacLaren and Whitney Hilliers of Australia shared the lead at 5-under 67 after the first day of the Hero Women’s Indian Open even as India’s Mysore-based 16-year-old amateur Pranavi Urs nailed two late birdies to climb to Tied-10th on the leaderboard late in the evening on Thursday.
:Marianne Skarpnord, Meghan MacLaren and Carly Booth, who have one win each and a clutch of Top-10 showings this season, are the front runners for the 13th Hero Women’s Indian Open if one goes by the Ladies European Tour’s Order of Merit. They are third, sixth and eighth respectively, but Becky Morgan, despite being currently 61st in the rankings, is on a different plane.
:Welsh golfer Becky Morgan returns to India, to what she calls is her favourite place and golf course as she defends the Hero Women’s Indian Open she won last year. Before taking the stage to represent Europe at the Skills Challenge, the traditional ice-breaker at the HWIO, Morgan, said, “I love coming to India. It’s my tenth visit and I just love this course. Actually I liked it even when we played at the other course, Delhi Golf Club a couple of times.”
:The Hero Women’s Indian Open - the biggest professional women’s Golf event in the country - is set to enter its 10th Year on the prestigious Ladies European Tour with the 2019 edition.
:Ninth time lucky. That’s what Becky Morgan ought to be saying. After 18 years, most of which were spent on either side of the Atlantic and playing 118 tournaments thus far, she finally found success on her 119th start.