Aditi Ashok aims for a good show at the Women's PGA Championship
The talented Indian golfer Aditi Ashok is all set to make a positive mark in this week’s Women’s PGA Championship at the Atlanta Athletic Club, Johns Creek, Georgia.
Aditi will start her Women’s Championship campaign today with an aim to regain form and improve her position on the LPGA.
Last week, Aditi missed her first cut this year after carding a disappointing (77,76) at the Meijer LPGA Classic.
Despite missing the cut last week, she has been in decent form this year as she made six cuts in seven games, and her best finish was a tie for 23rd at the LPGA Drive on Championship in March.
Aditi is seeking her maiden win on the LPGA Tour as her last worldwide title was at Ladies European Tour in the Fatima Bint Mubarak Ladies Open in 2017.
She has won three titles so far in the Ladies European Tour, but she is yet to secure a trophy in LPGA, and with a solid play at this week's event, she will hope to end his winless streak.
The 23-year-old golfer Aditi is also in contention to secure a berth for the Tokyo Olympics for a second consecutive time. But, her qualification will be confirmed after the final Olympic rankings for women are issued on June 29.
The other Indian, Tvesa Malik, who is in good form, can also qualify for the Olympics if she wins this week's LET event. The other possibility for her to qualify is to wait for withdrawals among the qualified players to get into the last quota.