Tvesa Malik to Aditi Ashok, Top 3 Best Female Golf Players in India

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Aditi Ashok

Aditi Ashok, an Indian professional golfer from Bangalore, was born on March 29, 1998. She is a member of the Ladies European Tour and the LPGA Tour. At the 2016 Summer Olympics, she made her Olympic debut. She finished fourth at the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo, representing India in golf.

Aditi represented India in the women’s individual stroke play event at the 2020 Summer Olympics, where she was ranked 200th in the world. Aditi finished fourth, two shots behind gold medalist Nelly Korda of the United States, with a score of 269 and 15 under par. She was in contention for silver after 54 holes and for most of the fourth round.

Tvesa Malik

Tvesa Malik, an Indian, lives her ambition to play golf and travel the world. Tvesa started playing golf with her older sister, Kasvi, when she was around eight years old. Many others thought Kasvi also held great promise, but she chose to pursue a corporate position that took her to Southeast Asia, including the Philippines and Singapore.

Meanwhile, Tvesa, who had amassed a number of trophies and amateur honors alongside Kasvi, took golf more seriously. The family migrated to Bangalore after spending time in Kolkata and are now settled in Gurugram.

Diksha Dagar

Diksha Dagar (born 14th December 2000): Since November 2015, she has become India’s top female amateur golfer. Diksha Dagar competed in the Women’s Individual Golf event at the 2017 Summer Deaflympics, where golf was included in the Summer Deaflympics for the first time. She won a silver medal. Diksha also qualified for the 2018 Asian Games to represent India. She is also considered one of India’s rising amateur golfers. She became the second Indian golfer to win the Ladies European Tour in 2019, after Aditi Ashok, and the youngest Indian to do so at the age of 18.

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Michael C. Ford