Gaurika Bishnoi gets a boost ahead of Women’s Indian Open, moves up Order of Merit

Gurugram, Sep 23 (IANS) Gaurika Bishnoi finished a long title dry spell as she guaranteed the thirteenth Leg of the Legend Ladies’ Master Golf Visit at the DLF Golf and Nation Club, Gurugram and climbed the Legend Request of Legitimacy.

Gaurika, who last won in 2019, shot scores of 71-69 for a 36-opening all out of 4-under 140. She completed an incredible six shots clear of the five time champ, Pranavi Urs (71-75).

The last round of the thirteenth Leg of the Legend Ladies’ Master Golf Visit was dropped by virtue of downpour.

The success for Gaurika comes with perfect timing in front of the Legend Ladies’ Indian Open one month from now. Gaurika additionally climbed the Request for Legitimacy to fourth place in front of Jahanvi Bakshi. The main three spots are involved by Pranavi Urs, Hitaashee Bakshi and Seher Atwal.

The success was exceptionally fulfilling for Gaurika, who toward the beginning of 2022 had lost a play-off to Pranavi after the two had tied toward the finish of three rounds. Gaurika had driven for two days before Pranavi got up to speed and won on the primary play-off opening. Strangely, the last time Gaurika won in June 2019, Pranavi Urs, then a beginner, had completed second, three strokes behind.

Gaurika shut her second round with a full go-around of birdies and checked 3-under 69, which assumed an essential part. The success will go about as a supporter for Gaurika as she plans for the Ladies’ Indian Open.

Gaurika turned into the 6th expert and the seventh different player to come out on top for a championship this season. Different champs this season have been Pranavi Urs (5), Hitaashee Bakshi (3), Seher Atwal, Amandeep Drall and Ridhima Dilawari. Sneha Singh, who turned proficient over the span of the time, won once as a novice.

The homegrown Visit currently enjoys some time off in front of the Legend Ladies’ Indian Open, which gets back to activity following a hole of three years. After the 2019 version, the 2020 and 2021 releases were dropped because of Coronavirus.