Aditi Ashok carded a disappointing 2-over 74 in the second round of Women's Open on Friday.
Aditi, who shot 1-under 71 in the first round, added a dreary 74 in the second but still managed to make the cut while sitting on the last qualifying berth for weekend action.
Aditi, who is competing in her 19th major tournament, now needs a solid third and fourth round to finish in a respectable position.
She had a mixed event so far as she made five birdies and six bogeys in two days and currently standing at the tied-58th position with a total score of 1-over 145.
America's Mina Harigae and Georgia Hall of England shared the second-round lead with 7-under 135.
Mina Harigae made five birdies against two bogeys in her day two campaign to reach the top spot alongwith Georgia Hall, who posted 4-under in first and 3-under in second.
World No. 1 Nelly Korda and Madelene Sagstrom, who were the joint leaders after the first day, shot 1-over 73 to slip down in the leaderboard from 1st to tied-12th position.
The defending champion Sophia Popov missed the cut after having a bad outing at Carnoustie Championship Course, Carnoustie, United Kingdom.Posted on: 2021 Aug 21 Sat