Disappointing day for Indians at Big Green Egg Open
Indian golfers had a tough second day at the Big Green Egg Open, as the two Vani Kapoor and Astha Madan out of four missed the cut.
The other two Indian players, Tvesa Malik and Diksha Dagar, made the cut thanks to their modest 1-over first round.
A bogey on the eight and a double bogey on the fourteenth hole cost Tvesa Malik the round, as she finished her day two campaign at 3-over, but with 4-over two days total, she managed to make the cut at the €200,000 prize money event.
On the other hand, Diksha Dagar had four bogeys on day two, but her 36-hole score of 5-over earns her a spot in the weekend, as the cut was applied at 5-over.
Vani Kapoor, who shot a dreary 78 on the first day, shot another over par round of 4-over 76 to miss the cut.
After a disastrous 11-over on day one, Astha Madan shot a respectable 1-over 73 over the remaining 18 holes, but it wasn't enough to qualify for the weekend competition.
Stephanie Kyriacou, who made a solid 6-under 66 to take the first-round lead, lost her momentum on day two but still carded an even-par round to stay at the top but lost her solo leader crown.
Sanna Nuutinen of Finland carded a solid 4-under 68 to climb up the leaderboard and share the lead with Stephanie Kyriacou at the Rosendaelsche Golf Club, Arnhem.