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The Times of India, Aug 22, 2015
Aditi Ashok becomes first Indian to win Ladies British Amateur
India's Aditi Ashok made history when she became the first from the country to win the Ladies British Amateur stroke play golf championship at the Moortown Golf Club.
The Indian Golf Union's ladies amateur order of merit, Aditi shot four days total of 11-under 285 (71,73,70,71) at the par 74 Moortown Golf Club.
The 17-year-old Bangalore girl, who had earlier won the St Rule Trophy at St Andrews in July this year and finished second in the 2015 European Women's Amateur Championship, also claimed the overall title called 'The Nicholls Trophy' as well as the 'Dinwiddy Trophy' given for the lowest score by an U-18 player.
Currently 52nd in the World Amateur Golf Rankings, Aditi beat 39 players from around 30 countries including the 2015 Scottish Open Amateur Strokeplay winner Olivia Mehaffey of Ireland, who also took the second spot at six-under 290.
II: Ladies European Tour, Morocco
The Times of India Dec 22 2015
Aditi Ashok brought in a card of 68 during the fourth round of the Ladies European Tour LallaAicha Tour School in Morocco to lie second. The Bengaluru girl lies a stroke behind Germany's Karolin Lampert at the Amelkis Golf Club on 21 under par. On Sunday , Aditi's 62 equalled the men's course record. The top 30 players and ties after Tuesday's final round at Samanah Golf Club will earn a full tour card. Lotus takeover completed London:
Wins Qatar Ladies Open
Aditi won the Qatar title just a fortnight after claiming her maiden win at the Women's Indian Open.
Aditi totaled 15-under-par to grab a three-stroke win over Lydia Hall and Caroline Hedwall.
Aditi is the LET's leading rookie professional.
Aditi totaled 15-under-par to grab a three-stroke win.
DOHA: Indian teen golfer Aditi Ashok shot a final round of three-under 69 on a weather-hit last day to notch up her second successive victory on the Ladies European Tour at the inaugural Qatar Ladies Open on Saturday.
Just a fortnight after claiming her maiden win at the Hero Women's Indian Open, the 18-year-old rookie professional from Bangalore totaled 15-under-par at the Doha Golf Club to grab a three-stroke win over Lydia Hall and Caroline Hedwall.
Aditi first Indian to make it to LPGA Tour Championships
First Indian To Make It To LPGA Tour C’ships
Aditi Ashok has qualified for the season-ending CME Group Tour Championship on the LPGA, becoming the first from the country to play in the prestigious meet. The 19-year-old prodigy is one of the eight rookies to make it to the Tour Championships in what is one of the strongest fields in women’s golf.
Meanwhile, Aditi has succeeded in keeping her LPGA card for 2018 after a sterling rookie season. With a string of creditable performances, including a Top-10 and starts at all five Majors, it has been a landmark year for the Bengaluru golfer, who won two LET events in 2016 and one in 2017.