Published:Oct 7, 2017 4:58 am
Preserving her fantastic kind in the match, Delhi golfer Sifat Sagoo claimed the overall title with an overall rating of two-around-218 in the blended Classification A and B occasion on the concluding working day of the ninth leg of IGU Females and Junior Golfing Championship played at Chandigarh Golfing Club. One more Delhi golfer Jahanvi Bakshi shared the 2nd place with Delhi golfer Hitakshee Bakshi with an overall rating of 8-around-224.
It was a superlative effectiveness from Sagoo as she returned with a par rating of 72 in the 3rd spherical of the match. Just after controlling a par on the very first gap, Sagoo dropped a bogey on the 2nd gap in advance of sinking her very first birdie of the working day on the 3rd gap. The youngster carded a few more birdies on the entrance 9 aside from two bogeys as she ended the entrance 9 with a rating of two-around. The again-9 observed Sagoo recovering properly and the golfer sank two consecutive birdies on the 11th and 12th gap in advance of carding birdies on the 14th,15th and 18th gap respectively. Sagoo had earlier shot a rating of 69 and 77 in the very first and 2nd spherical respectively.
Jahanvi who started off the working day 6 shots behind Sagoo, started off the working day with self confidence as she sank four birdies on the entrance-9 to close the very first 9 holes with a rating of 1-below.
The again-9 way too observed Jahanvi carding birdies on the 11th, 14th and 18th gap respectively to finish the last spherical with a par rating of 72 to share the 2nd place, Hitakshee carded 6 birdies in her last spherical as she carded two birdies on the entrance 9 aside from sinking four birdies on the again-9. One more Delhi golfer Diksha Dagar finished at the fourth place with an overall rating of 13-around-229.
In the females category, Sifat Alag of Delhi claimed the title with an overall rating of 11-around-227. Punjab golfer Gurjot Badwal finished at the tied-2nd place along with Tamil Nadu golfer Sanjana A with an overall rating of 18-around-234.
Badwal produced rating of 6-around-78 in the last spherical whilst Sanjana returned with a rating of 7-around-79 in the last spherical.
In the Classification C occasion, Panchkula golfer Hunar Mittal claimed the title with an overall rating of 16-around-216. Mittal shot a last spherical rating of 9-around-81. Vidhatri Urs of Karnataka finished at the 2nd place with an overall rating of 26-around-216.
In category B, Nayanika Sangha of Maharashtra emerged as the winner with an overall rating of 15-around-231. Khushi Hooda of Delhi finished at the 2nd place with an overall rating of 18-around-234. A whole of 50 golfers took section in the a few-working day lengthy championship.