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Confident Gurbani claims title

The golfer shot five-over 77 in the third round of the Chandigarh Ladies and Junior Girls Golf C’ship.

Written by Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: October 5, 2013 1:34:05 am

Playing a controlled game,Gurbani Singh of Delhi claimed the title with a 11-shot lead on the concluding day of the Chandigarh Ladies and Junior Girls Golf Championship held at Chandigarh Golf Club.

The win sees her further extending her lead at the top of the Indian Golf Union (IGU) Ladies Amateur Golf Tour 2013 Order of Merit list. Gurbani showed amazing consistency and maturity to lead right through the three-day competition and was the only golfer to card a sub-par round on the second day of the championship. Gursimar Badwal of Kapurthala finished second with a total score of 231.

Gurbani had her worst day of the tournament on Friday,as she finished eventually with a score of five-over 77,to end with a cumulative score of 220. It however proved to be more than sufficient in the end and was also the equal best score of the day.

Gurbani had a ten-stroke lead after the second round and registered a total of five bogeys and one double bogey to go with one birdie on the final day. “It feels great to win at Chandigarh Golf Club as I have played a lot at this club. This is a special win for me and I hope to continue my good form in the amateur circuit. It was a tough outing for me today but I am happy that I won with a huge lead,” shared Gurbani,who belongs to Delhi.

Gursimar matched Gurbani in the score for the day,carding six bogeys and a birdie in the process. But a score of 8 over 80 in the second round had already dashed all her hopes for the title. Tvesa Malik finished third overall and carded a score of 6-over 78 on the final day. Ridhima Dilawari and Gauri Monga finished fourth and fifth respectively and Millie Saroha,who was expected to give the best fight to Gurbani before the tournament,ended seventh with a total score of 236. Seher Atwal also registered a top-10 finished with a score of 244.

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