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Seher stretches lead to five shots after two rounds in 14th Leg of Hero WPGT

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Seher Atwal.

Khel Today Bureau 

New Delhi: Seher Atwal fired her second straight under par round to stretch her lead to five shots at the end of the second round of the 14th Leg of the Hero Women’s Pro Golf Tour at the Delhi Golf Club. With rounds of 68-71 she is now 5-under 139 and five ahead of Sneha Singh (71-73) who is second and overall leading the Order of Merit.

Asmitha Sathish (73-72) at 145 is third, Kriti Chowhan (74-73) at 147 is fourth and Ridhima Dilawari (78-72) at 6-over 150 is fifth.

Seher, who won the first leg of the Tour this season, birdied the second, then had back-to-back gains on seventh and eighth and another one on 16th. She dropped shots on sixth, ninth and 14th.

Sneha Singh.

Sneha, who like Seher has been trying to find his form again, had three birdies and two bogeys and seemed to be fine till she had a double bogey on 18th.

Tied for sixth place are amateurs Lavanya Gupta (78-73), Jasmine Shekar (76-75) and Agrima Manral (73-78) at 7-over 151, while Tvesa Malik, winner last week, had a tough day with 77 and slipped to T-9 alongside amateur Smriti Bhargava (79-73).

Neha Tripathi (73-81), Jyotsana Singh (77-77) and Khushi Khanijau (75-79) are tied 11th.

The cut fell at 164 and 25 players made the grade for the final round.

This is the last event before Indian women’s golf’s flagship event, the Hero Women’s Indian Open next month.

Tee times for the third and final round of the 14th Leg of the Hero Women’s Pro Golf Tour at the Delhi Golf Club:

  1. 8:00 am: Sachika Singh 163, Rhea Jha 163, Anisha Agarwalla 162;
  2. 8:10 am: Gauri Karhade 162, Trimann Saluja 160, Astha Madan 159;
  3. 8:20 am: Ananya Datar 157, Yaalisai Verma 157, Ravjot K Dosanjh 156;
  4. 8:30 am: Durga Nittur 155, Kashika Misra (A) 155, Neha Tripathi 154;
  5. 8:45 am: Khushi Khanijau 154, Jyotsana Singh 154, Tvesa Malik 152;
  6. 8:55 am: Smriti Bhargava (A) 152, Agrima Manral 151, Jasmine Shekar 151;
  7. 9:05 am: Lavanya Gupta (A) 151, Ridhima Dilawari 150, Kriti Chowhan 147;
  8. 9:15 am: Asmitha Sathish 145, Sneha Singh 144, Seher Atwal 139.

 

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