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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 Ashok gains LPGA membership; will get good number of starts

Aditi Ashok, whose travel schedule of the last two months has been exhaustive to say the least, with more than one trip back and forth between US, Europe and Asia earned the coveted LPGA membership but it will be a limited status

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Aditi Ashok makes history, wins Hero Women's Indian Open

After many an Indian woman knocking on the doors of the Hero Women’s Indian Open golf over the past 10 years, 18-year-old Rookie Aditi Ashok finally opened the door and entered the pages of Indian golfing history, by becoming the first Indian woman to win a title on the Ladies European Tour, writes V Krishnaswamy

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Aditi makes cut; plays third round with World No. 1 Lydia Ko, Phatlum

Aditi Ashok ensured weekend action with a two-under card of 69 that positioned her in Tied-23rd position at the halfway stage of the US $ 2 million Sime Darby LPGA Malaysia on Friday writes V Krishnaswamy

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Aditi moves one more step closer to global aspirations

The 18-year-old Aditi Ashok completed finished T-24 at the Qualifying Stage II in Venice, Florida to advance to the Final stage, writes V Krishnaswamy

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Chawrasia fifth, as Norris is crowned king at Leopalace 21 Myanmar Open

Chawrasia finished in a tie for fifth at 18-under 270 while Shaun Norris won the title at 24-under 264 writes V KRISHNASWAMY from Yangon

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Lydia Ko’s dream - a Women’s Masters at Augusta and an Olympic gold

The Seoul-born Kiwi golfer, who will turn 19 this April, tells Golf.com that she is keen to see a Women’s Masters at Augusta, but for the current year her goal is an Olympic gold medal

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Making it to Rio Olympics and winning LET Rookie honours are Aditi's goals for 2016

Making the short list for the Rio Olympic Games and winning the LET Rookie honours are Aditi Ashok's goals for 2016, writes V KRISHNASWAMY

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INTERVIEWS: India one of Nocera’s favourite places; Melissa wants to win HWIO for Dad

While Gwladys Nocera would love to win a third title in India, Melissa is looking to making her maiden visit to India a winning one

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Hero Women’s Indian Open champ Nocera feels at home in India

Reigning champion Gwladys Nocera, won the first-ever Ladies European Tour event back in 2007 in Bengaluru and then added the Hero Women’s Indian Open Trophy to her cabinet last year, feels at home in India, writes V KRISHNASWAMY

 
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