Aditi Ashok's fourth place and Diksha Dagar's seventh place crown a memorable week for India

DUBBO: in a memorable result for Indian women Golf , both of them Aditi Ashok & Diksha dagar Top 10 prints in the New South Wales Open , here.

Aditi, who has three LET titles , recorded his 16th place in the top 10 in the Tour, riding an excellent lap of nine for a 67 despite two first bogeys.

After starting the week with a 73, he added 68-70-67 to finish the fourth draw with a 278 of 10 under Sunday.

Dagar, who was 8-under through holes after three days & looking at a solid Top-5 finish, had a rough back nine with a bogey on Par-5 12th, a double on Par-4 13th & another bogey on Par-4 17th enroute two-over 74 to finish Tied-seventh with a six-under 282.

Dagar will then defend his South African Women's Open title.

Julia Engström saved the best for last when she made a fantastic birdie to win her first Ladies European Tour title.

The 18-year-old from Halmstad, in southern Sweden, began the final round five strokes behind the leader during the night, Manon De Roey, but presented a strong challenge from the beginning, finally reaching the level of the leader after the Belgian bogeyeara hole 17.

Engstrom conjured a piece of magic when she rifled a 5-iron from 193 yards, to about two feet on the par-3 18th & holed her birdie putt in front of an enormous gallery on a sun-drenched day in Dubbo, rural New South Wales.

De Roey missed the green & took a bogey, handing Engström a two-stroke victory on 14-under-par.