Hero Women’s Indian Open Golf Tournament for Women: Pranavi Urs gets best amateur player award
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Hero Women’s Indian Open Golf Tournament for Women: Pranavi Urs gets best amateur player award

November 14, 2017

Mysuru golfer Pranavi S. Urs won the Low Amateur award in the Hero Women’s Indian Open which concluded at the DLF Golf and Country Club on Sunday last.

Pranavi had a three-day aggregate score of 226 (77+70+79) and finished T-61st. Camille Chevalier produced a fairy-tale finish with birdies on the last two holes to grab the Hero Women’s Indian Open from under the overnight leader Michele Thomson’s nose.

Chevalier (67) ended at 12-Under 204, while Thomson (71) was 11-Under 205. There was a three-way tie for third with Carlota Ciganda (70), who spiced up the front nine with an eagle and two birdies, Anne van Dam (67), who had eight birdies against three bogeys, and Sarah Kemp (71). Vani Kapoor (72), playing her seventh Hero Women’s Indian Open and the fifth as a pro registered her best result ever on the LET at tied-seventh alongside Klara Spilkova (70) and Celine Boutier (72).

They finished at 7-under 209. Defending champion, India’s Aditi Ashok just couldn’t get her putts to drop as she carded 72 and finished at 4-Under 212 and in T-13 position, while Gaurika Bishnoi (77) was off-colour and finished T-44.

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