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Amandeep Drall reigns supreme at KGA

Amandeep Drall carded 1 under 71 on the final day to claim a comfortable victory in the Hero-KGA Women’s Pro Golf Championship 2016 at the Karnataka Golf Association here on Friday.  Kolkata’s Neha Tripathi finished second with a total score of 224, followed by Kapurthala’s Gursimar Badwal in third position at 225. The INR 6,00,000 event culminated today.

Amandeep Drall had a shaky start and carded a bogey on the very first hole. The professional from Panchkula, however, regained her composure immediately and carded consecutive birdies on the 2nd and 3rd holes. She dropped another shot on the 7th hole in her front nine. On her return journey, she carded two more birdies on the 11th and 15th holes, while dropping a shot on the 18th hole to finish the round with a total score of 213. In the process, she claimed her second title of the season with a comfortable margin of eleven shots.

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Amandeep Drall opens up 8-stroke lead in Bengaluru

Amandeep Drall carded an even par round of 72 on the second day to maintain the lead in the Hero-KGA Women's Pro Golf Championship 2016 at the Karnataka Golf Association here on Thursday. Trailing her by a margin of eight shots is Gursimar Badwal with a total score of 150. The INR 6,00,000 event will culminate on 22nd July.

Panchkula’s Amandeep Drall carded two birdies on the 2nd and 6th holes with an equal number of bogeys on the 1st and 7th in her front nine. She carded two more birdies on the 10th and 11th holes, but two dropped shots on the 14th and 17th prevented her from carding an under-par score in the round and she finished with a total score of 142. She has a big lead of eight shots going into the final round and will be eyeing her second title of the season.

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Amandeep Drall shoots 70 to grab lead at KGA

Amandeep Drall carded 2 under 70 in the first round to grab the lead in the Hero-KGA Women's Pro Golf Championship 2016 at the Karnataka Golf Association here on Wednesday. Following her in tied second position are Gursimar Badwal and amateur Millie Saroha at 3 over 75. The INR 6,00,000 event will culminate on 22nd July.

Panchkula’s Amadeep Drall started impressively, carding a birdie on the very first hole. She added four more birdies on the 4th, 6th, 8th and 9th holes, while dropping shots on the 5th and 7th in her front nine. She carded one more bogey on the 16th hole in the latter half to finish the round with a score of 2 under 70.

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Neha eyes third title at Karnataka Golf Association

Neha Tripathi will look to add to her tally of two titles when she takes the field in the Hero-KGA Women's Pro Golf Championship 2016 at the scenic Karnataka Golf Association.  The INR 6,00,000 event featuring 15 professionals and three amateurs will commence  on 20th July. Hero Order of Merit leader Vani Kapoor will not be seen in action as she has withdrawn on medical grounds.

Neha is currently placed second in the Hero Order of Merit with total earnings of INR 6,16,433 in nine appearances, and she will look at Vani’s absence as a huge opportunity to top the money list. She hasn’t been in the best of forms in the recent events, and will be eager to make an early impact at the KGA. The youngster from Kolkata, will however, have to be wary of the likes of Sharmila Nicollet, Amandeep Drall and Gursimar Badwal.

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Karan Pratap Singh and Himadari Singh win Juniors Golf Championship

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The 10th edition of USHA DGC Juniors Golf Championship 2016 finished on a high note when Karan Pratap Singh kept his cool and finished off with a flourish, winning the Category A Boys’ section ahead of Sunhit Bishnoi today at Delhi Golf Club, New Delhi. In Category B Girls, Himadari Singh lifted the trophy ahead of Yavnika Duhan.

Karan was rewarded for playing consistent golf throughout the four days as he finished off the fourth round with a two-under 70 on Friday, to aggregate 289, ten strokes less than Bishnoi. Bishnoi, who had a nightmare third round, ended with a card of 75 while Daksh Shokeen with a par-72 and an even 300 aggregate was third. Karan teed off with a birdie and added another on the 6th before dropping shots on the 13th and 14th. He however recovered well with two more birdies on the 15th and 18th holes.

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Karan Pratap leads Juniors Golf Championship 2016

10th edition of USHA DGC Juniors Golf Championship 2016 witnessed determination and skill from the participants as Karan Pratap Singh surged to the top of the leaderboard in the Category A Boys’ section with a fine third round of two-under 70, even as overnight leader Sunhit Bishnoi struggled and was relinquished to third position.

Karan fired three birdies – on the 3rd, 11th and 14th holes while he dropped a stroke on the 12th. But this was good enough to put him ahead with a three-round total of 219 as Bishnoi imploded with a round of 80. Sarthak Chibber elevated himself to second spot. He began sensationally, with an eagle on the par-5 first, but had a rather up and down round otherwise and ended with a one-over 73 and an aggregate of 223.

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Sunhit Bishnoi impresses at Juniors Golf Championship 2016

USHA DGC Juniors Golf Championship 2016 witnessed brilliant performances on Day 2 with Sunhit Bishnoi ahead of both his rivals and the weather as he carded a 75 in the Category A Boys section.

With the rain punctuating the day’s schedule, Bishnoi ended with a fairly good card of 75, given the circumstances, which took his two-day aggregate to 144, five strokes ahead of Karan Mehta, whose fine 73 brought him up to the second spot, and Karan Pratap Singh, tied at 149.

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Vani Kapoor clinches 5th title of the season in Bangalore

Vani Kapoor came up with another sub-par round  to win the 9th Leg of the Hero Women’s Professional Golf Tour at the Clover Greens Golf Course here on Friday. Vani carded a 1 under 70 to clinch her fifth title of the season. She has been in  phenomenal form this season, as she has now shot eight consecutive under par rounds on the tour starting from  round number 2 of leg 7  at Classic Golf & Country Club, Gurgaon. Gauri Monga finished second with a total score of 217, followed by Amandeep Drall and Saaniya Sharma in  third  and fourth positions respectively with scores of 219 and 222. The INR 6,00,000 event culminated today.

Hero Order Of Merit Leader Vani Kapoor led the field from the very first round  and never looked back, claiming the title by a huge margin of 10 shots. She started impressively, carding a birdie on the very 1st hole and  added three more  to her tally on the 9th, 12th and 15th holes. Her bogeys came on the 7th, 8th and 17th holes. She  finished the round with a total score of 207 after 54 holes. 

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Vani Kapoor continues excellent form in Bangalore

Delhi’s Vani Kapoor played an impressive round of 1 under 70 on the first day to grab the lead in the 9th Leg of the Hero Women’s Professional Golf Tour at the Clover Greens Golf Course  here on Wednesday. Trailing her in second position is Chandigarh’s  Amandeep Drall at 1 over 72. The INR 6,00,000 event will culminate on 24th June 2016.

Hero Order Of Merit leader Vani Kapoor started confidently and played an impressive front-nine with three birdies on the 3rd, 5th and 7th holes, but faltered on the 9th with a bogey. Her back-nine saw her carding a birdie on the 12th hole with  bogeys on the 16th and 17th ,  to finish the round at 1 under 70.  Amandeep Drall  returned a card of 1 over 72 to take the second position. She carded birdies on the 2nd, 15th and 16th holes, and bogeys on the 8th, 9th , 10th and 14th.

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Rahil Gangjee leads Indian charge at Queen's Cup

Indian golfer Rahil Gangjee took the tied 17th position, while compatriots Himmat Rai and S. Chikka shared the 27th spot after the second round of the Queen’s Cup here on Friday.

Gangjee's round had a single blip in the 12th hole which he bogeyed to get one-over 72 that took his total to two-under 140 after the first two rounds of the $300,000 Asian Tour tournament.

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