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Flawless Ridhima takes 3-shot lead after first day in eighth leg of WPGT

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Ridhima Dilawari fired a flawless 3-under 69 to seize a 3 shot lead on the finish of the primary spherical of the eighth leg of the Girls’s Professional Golf Tour right here on the Karnataka Golf Affiliation course.
Ridhima, who has not tasted a win since January 2021, had three birdies in a row from eleventh to thirteenth they usually got here on a Par-5, Par-4 and a Par-3 as she carded 69.
Three little recognized children, Agrima Manral (17), Disha Kavery (18) and Trimann Saluja (20) are tied for second with related playing cards of even par 72 every.

Jahanvi Bakshi and Afshan Fatima had been tied fifth with 73 every, whereas Lakhmehar Pardesi, Pranavi Urs and amateurs Jia Katariya and Smriti Bhargav had been tied seventh with rounds of 74 every.
Ridhima was centered and can sit up for enjoying regular, as she has had some good begins however thereafter given away the benefit.
Trimann Saluja was spectacular with six birdies, however she additionally gave away an equal variety of bogeys, making it a singular card of six birdies, six pars and 6 bogeys.
Agrima had 4 birdies and 4 pars, whereas Disha was hit by a double bogey in a spherical that in any other case had 4 birdies and two bogeys.
Pranavi Urs was not in her flowing kind, however she typically makes up within the final two rounds. She had two birdies towards 4 bogeys. Final week’s runner-up Asmitha Sathish had a tough outing with a spherical of 76, with two bogeys, a double and no birdies to be Tied-Fifteenth.

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