Indian trio struggles on challenging opening day at Women’s British Open


Indian trio of Aditi Ashok, Tvesa Malik and Diksha Dagar persisted a coarse get started amidst brutal prerequisites at the Royal Troon on the primary day of the AIG Women’s British Open.

Strong winds, which went as prime as 40 miles in keeping with hour, unsettled the golfers which led to Ashok (78) tottering at Tied-107 whilst debutant Malik (79) and Dagar (79) who had an eagle on par-4 18th, have been T-125.

With the reduce most likely at 8-over or much more, the Indians would want a just right 2nd spherical to make the reduce. But the predictions for climate say the prerequisites will probably be tricky as soon as once more in the second one spherical.

Scotland’s Catriona Matthew (71) rolled again the years on the hyperlinks, however it used to be American Amy Olson who led after the opening spherical.

Ashok had two bogeys and one double bogey on the entrance 9 and 3 bogeys on the again 9 in her card of 7-over 78 and didn’t have a unmarried birdie.

Malik enjoying her first Major had two bogeys and two double bogeys on the entrance 9 and on again 9 she had had every other bogey and one double. She additionally had the one birdie from any Indian thus far on 13th holes.

Dagar began with bogey-bogey-double bogey and used to be 10-over via 17 holes prior to holing her 2nd shot on 18th for an eagle-2 in her 79.

At a blustery Royal Troon, with gusts that rose to 40mph on events, Olson emerged overdue within the day to succeed in 4 underneath par with a very good 67 at the primary girls’s main of the 12 months.

Olson carded 5 birdies and only one dropped shot in a fantastic show of hyperlinks golfing. The 28-year-old, who has posted two top-10 finishes in majors, holds a three-stroke lead over fellow American Marina Alex and Germany’s Sophia Popov.

The prime winds made it tricky for many pictures during the air and the pinnacle wind made it harder.



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