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Teenaged Diksha Dagar creates history; wins South African Women’s Open

Diksha Dagar scripted history after a magnificent bogey-free final round of three-under to score a one-shot win at the Investec Women’s South African Open to become second Indian woman to win on LET

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Teenaged Diksha lone Indian to make cut; lies 23rd as Slovenian Pogacar leads

Diksha Dagar showed consistency with a second straight round of one-under 70 to be the lone Indian to make the cut in Canberra as Slovenian takes lead

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Rookie Diksha Dagar best Indian at T-29 in Canberra, Amelia Lewis leads

Diksha Dagar shot a highly creditable one-under 70 as she rallied from three-over through 11 holes to find four birdies in the first round at the ActewAGL Canberra Classic at Royal Canberra Golf Club as Amelia Lewis took the lead

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Skarpnord wins the Battle at Bonville; Diksha 44th and Tvesa 61st

Diksha Dagar overcame a difficult start which saw three bogeys in first five holes to recover to a respectable even par 72 and finish T-44th as Marianne Skarpnord wins title; Tvesa finishes 61st

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Dagar, Tvesa Malik slip down in third round in Australia; Sagstrom leads

Diksha Dagar endured a difficult day with five bogeys in a span of six holes around the turn to card four-over 76 and slip 10 places down to T-47th, at the Pacific Bay Resort Australian Ladies Classic – Bonville. Meanwhile Tvesa Malik, the other Indian making the cut, shot an identical 76 to slip to T-51

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Diksha and Tvesa make cut in Australian Ladies Classic; Nuria takes lead

DIksha Dagar and Tvesa Malik braved the strong wind and rain to be the only two of the five Indian starters to make the cut at the Pacific Bay Resort Australian Ladies Classic as Nuria Iturrios went into lead

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Doey Choi holds 2-shot lead in Australian Ladies Classic; 5 Indians playing

Rising New South Wales amateur star Doey Choi holds a two stroke lead after the opening round of the Pacific Bay Resort Australian Ladies Classic – Bonville, where five Indian girls are playing

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Aditi finishes T-52 in Australian Open; Ha Na Jang wins title

World No. 6 Ha Na Jang of South Korea blew away the field to win the Women’s Australian Open title as she produced a stunning finish with three birdies and an eagle in last six holes for a round d of 69

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Aditi, Vani fail to make final round at Vic Open

Aditi Ashok staying patient and bogey-free through 36 holes at the Oates Vic Open but slipped from overnight T-13 to T-22, reports Team GolfXYZ

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Aditi has a rough final day, but still finishes sixth in Gold Coast; Thailand's Prima wins

Aditi Ashok finished the week in Tied-sixth place as Thai Prima wins title; India's Vani finished T-38

 
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