Still in her teens, this Bengaluru Girl made history when she became the maiden and one of the youngest Indian amateur golfers to win the prestigious St Rule Trophy at the iconic St Andrews Links. She also left her mark at the Lawson Trophy by scoring the lowest aggregate by an Under-18 player & brought her on top of the IGU(Indian Golf Union) Ladies Order of merit. [caption id="attachment_314" align="alignnone" width="848"] OLIVIA MEHAFFEY, right, with runner-up Holden Trophy; on left winner Aditi Ashok with Nicholls Trophy Aug 2015.[/caption] Aditi completed her glorious Amateur Career as World No. 11 on World Amateur Golf Ranking before turning pro on 1st June 2016. [caption id="attachment_311" align="alignnone" width="848"] ADITI ASHOK, holding the BRITISH STROKE TITLE.[/caption] Aditi Ashok is the youngest and first Indian to win LET’s Lalla Aicha Tour School 2016 following which, she became the maiden Indian to win qualifying school of an internationally ranked tour. Aditi has long list of achievements, just to name a few:
- A three-time National Junior Champion for 2014, 2013 & 2012.
- A two-time National Amateur Champion for 2014 & 2011.
- The first Asian as SILVER MEDALIST at the International European Ladies Amateur Championship 2015 (Murhof GC).
- The only Indian golfer to have played the Asian Youth Games (2013), Youth Olympic Games (2014) and Asian Games (2014).