T20 ends for Diksha, Madan conforms to 32nd place in Ballarat Icons in Australia

BALLARAT: Diksha Dagar and Astha Madan , both fired three over 74 each to finish T-20 and T-32 respectively in the 2020 Ballarat Icons Pro-am in Ballarat Golf Club here on sunday

Diksha (71-74) finished the 36-hole Pro-AM event in one over 145, while Madan (75-74) finished 5 out of 149 on an unexpectedly cold and windy day.

The two Indian girls, who have been in Australia in recent weeks, will now play the qualifier for the Vic Open, which is sanctioned by LPGA and let.

There are two places available. Diksha, the first reservation on the ALPG list, has not been able to find a place so far.

Philippine star Dottie Ardina He had to overcome a 3-way playoff to take the title. Ardina had followed her opening 3 under par 69 with a 2 under par 70 to finish in 5 under par, a score matched by the 2018 champion Xiyu Lin from China and Scot Kylie Henry.

The three players headed to the 18th hole for a sudden death tiebreaker, which would be Ardina's third tiebreaker in less than two weeks at the ALPG 2020 Tour.

The 26-year-old lost in a sudden death tiebreaker for a spot at the ISPS Handa Women's Australian Open at the ALPG Ranking Tournament in Windaroo Lakes, and also lost in another tiebreaker at the Aoyuan International Moss Vale Pro-am on Wednesday, so he hoped this was the third time he was lucky.

After finding the semi-rugged from the tee, Ardina again pressed her opponents with an excellent iron 8 of 115m less than a meter away, and after Lin and Henry had lost their birdie putts, Ardina quietly sought victory.

Overnight leader Elmay Viking ended up tied for fourth place next to Mexico Alejandra Llaneza and the Spanish Luna Sobrón Galmes.

The ALPG Tour is now heading to 13th Beach Golf Links for the first of the main events of the ALPG Tour in 2020, the ISPS Handa Vic Open.

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