Star Indian golfer Tvesa Malik who had a solid three-under 68 to lie tied second after round two, finished her campaign at T-10 position after a stressful final round at the 2020 Lacoste Ladies Open De France.
The first two rounds in the tournament, Tvesa comes out as a solid contender to win her first LET title, but haste round 3rd puts all her efforts in vain, and she had to settle at T-10 place.
Malik carded 75 in the final round to get an even-par 213. But, the 24-year-old still managed to finish at a respectable place, which not only boosts her confidence for the upcoming tournament but is also a good sign for Indian women's golf.
The other Indian Diksha Dagar, once again disappointed after shot 89 in the first round, scored 85 and missed the cut by a big margin.
Sweden’s Julia Engstrom, who already had a memorable event so far, posted a one-over 72 on the final day at Golf Du Medoc to finish on seven under to claim second win of the season at Ladies Open De France.
"It was a fight out there today," Engstrom said. "Celine Herbin was pushing me hard, and I could see she was making birdies, so I just tried to keep my head cold.
Former champion and home favorite Celine Herbin shot a final round 69 to finish the event at a tied second place alongside Argentina’s Magdalena Simmermacher.Posted on: 2020 Sep 20 Sun