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Gaurika Bishnoi wins the Women’s Pro Golf Tour 6th Leg

Posted by Admin 22 Mar 2023

Gaurika Bishnoi wins the Women's Pro Golf Tour's 6th leg at Classic Golf and CC in Gurugram in a playoff against Tvesa Malik. A tight clash between the players on the final day was very exciting to watch. Gaurika edged out Tvesa and became the winner for the fifth time in the six legs held so far. 


Both the players in the Pro Golf Tour went for amazing bogey free rounds. Gaurika was one score ahead of Tvesa as she played 4-under 68 and Tvesa shot 3-under 69. After 54 holes they were locked at 6-under 210 leading to a play-off which lasted three more holes.



Gaurika Bishnoi wins the 6th leg of Women's Pro Golf Tour

Gaurika and Tvesa Malik (right)


The winning shot for Gaurika was the play-off on the third extra hole where she birdied it while Tvesa Managed to hit a par shot. The play-off holes were 10th, 17th and 18th. Gaurika got a birdie on the 10th, then parred the 17th. On the third play-off hole on the 18th, Gaurika birdied once again and made amends for missing out in the previous leg when she finished second to Sneha Singh. Gaurika was unshakeable till the final round with two birdies on the front nine on 1st and 8th and one on the back nine on 13th and finished with a birdie on 18th to set the clubhouse target of 6-under 210.



Vani Kapoor missed her chance with a double bogey on 9th. 



Vani kapoor

Vani Kapoor


Missing her birdies, Tvesa parred 12 holes consecutively. She hit her second shot in the Pro Golf Tour into thick grass on the 18th but landed on a great shot to land 4 feet from the pin to have a play-off with Gaurika. 


When the final day started fo the Pro Golf Tour, Amandeep Drall led at 7-under and played in the lead group with Tvesa and Vani Kapoor, who were four shots behind at 3-under 141. Gaurika Bishnoi at 2-under for 36 holes was in the second group. Amandeep Drall went for two bogeys and one birdie on the front nine but was still in the lead. She bogeyed the 10th, 11th, 15th, 16th and 17th on the back nine.


Hitaashee Bakshi (72) was sixth at 2-under 214, while Asmitha Sathish (68) was seventh at 1-under 215. Seher Atwal (72) was eighth at even par 216 in the Pro Golf Tour.Amateurs Nishna Patel (70) and Anvvi Dahhiya (72) were ninth and tenth. Sneha Singh who shot 1-under 71 and finished 12th, continues to lead the Hero Order of Merit, while Seher Atwal is lying second.


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