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  Sports   In Other sports  30 Apr 2018  Birdie spree takes Aditi to tied 10th at LPGA C’ship

Birdie spree takes Aditi to tied 10th at LPGA C’ship

THE ASIAN AGE.
Published : Apr 30, 2018, 6:21 am IST
Updated : Apr 30, 2018, 6:21 am IST

Lydia Ko (67) will have a chance to win the Championship for her first win on Tour since 2016.

Aditi Ashok
 Aditi Ashok

New Delhi: A brilliant streak of four birdies in five holes saw Aditi Ashok make a big leap into the top-10 after round three of the LPGA Mediheal Championship at San Francisco, USA, on Saturday.

Aditi, still looking for her first top-10 finish this season, is now tied 10th at 4-under 212 with rounds of 73, 71 and 68. Her third round of 4-under 68 has been the best this week.

 

Meanwhile, Lydia Ko (67) will have a chance to win the Championship for her first win on Tour since 2016.

Shubhankar finishes tied 15th
In Beijing, Shubhankar Sharma fired a 5-under 67 — his best card of the week — to finish tied 15th at the Volvo China Open on Sunday.

Alexander Björk became the first Swede to lift the trophy with seven-under-par 65 to win by one shot.

Among other Indians, Arjun Atwal (71) was tied 32nd and Gaganjeet Bhullar, who at one stage rose to tied 2 earlier in the week, ended T-63.

In Nagoya, Japan, Rahil Gangjee slipped on the final day with a disastrous card of five-over 75 to finished tied 57th at the Japan Golf Tour’s Crowns Tournament.

 

Meanwhile, Y.E. Yang of Korea won his first title since 2010.

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