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Pranavi holds 6th place; Vani and Amandeep progress in Ladies European Tour Finals

Ladies European Tour
Posted by Admin 20 Dec 2023

India's Pranavi Urs concluded strongly to maintain her contention for a coveted spot on the Ladies European Tour during the final Stage of the Qualifying School golf tournament. After three rounds of the five-day event, Pranavi, initially at nine-under for two rounds, posted a two-under 71 on the Par-73 Al Maaden Golf Course, bringing her total to 11-under.



Pranavi Urs Holds Firm in Qualifying School


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Nataliya Guseva, recently earning her LPGA berth, took the lead in the Final Qualifier by two shots with a 67 (-5) at Par-72 Royal Golf De Marrakech on day three. Vani Kapoor climbed from T-37 to Tied-27th, while Neha Tripathi dropped from T-25 to T-34th, and Amandeep Drall improved from T-63 to T-39, all competing at the Par-72 Royal Golf De Marrakech.


Ridhima Dilawari progressed from T-77 to T-56, Avani Prashanth moved from T-85 to T-65, Tvesa Malik slipped from T-51 to T-96, and others like Jasmine Shekar, Seher Atwal, Sneha Singh, Ananya Datar, and Durga Nittur also navigated their rounds.


Pranavi faced challenges with bogeys on the second and ninth but offset them with a birdie on the seventh. On the back nine, she recorded birdies on the 13th and closed with back-to-back birdies for a total score of 71.



Vani Kapoor secured two birdies in the first three holes and finished with a birdie-birdie for a round of 70. Neha Tripathi, despite a strong start, encountered a double bogey on the 18th, causing her to slip from inside the Top-20 to T-34.



The top 65 and ties will advance to the fifth and final round, with the top 20 and ties earning a full card for 2024. Those ranked 21st to 50th and tied will receive a lower status with sufficient starts in 2024.


Pranavi Urs and Spain's Luna Sobron Galmes share the sixth position at 11-under-par, with South Africa's Cara Gorlei in eighth place at nine-under-par.


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