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Aditi confident ahead of Kingsmill Champs on LPGA

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is optimistic and looking forward to her next outing at the Kingsmill Championship on the LPGA Tour, when he tees off at the at the Kingsmill Resort.

The 19-year-old golfer, who won twice in her rookie season, including the Hero Women's Indian Open, on the Ladies European Tour, before earning a status on the LPGA for 2017, has so far made three starts on the LPGA, including the Major, ANA Inspiration.



She made the cuts in all three, except one where she made the second round cut but missed the third round cut.

"I feel good about my game and I am looking forward to the week," said the soft-spoken youngster, who also played the Olympics last year.

"I played my practice round at the Kingsmill Golf Resort and it is picturesque and the course is in great shape. The greens are true and fast and some have a lot of undulations, too. This week the key would be to hit good approaches and create enough birdie chances."

Meanwhile, Thai star Ariya Jutanugarn, who has eight Top-9 finishes in 10 starts in 2017, will defend the Kingmill Championship Presented by JTBC.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Aditi confident ahead of Kingsmill Champs on LPGA

Aditi Ashok is optimistic and looking forward to her next outing at the Kingsmill Championship on the LPGA Tour, when he tees off at the at the Kingsmill Resort. The 19-year-old Bengaluru golfer, who won twice in her rookie season, including the Hero Women's Indian Open, on the Ladies European Tour, before earning a status on the LPGA for 2017, has so far made three starts on the LPGA, including the Major, ANA Inspiration. She made the cuts in all three, except one where she made the second round cut but missed the third round cut. "I feel good about my game and I am looking forward to the week," said the soft-spoken youngster, who also played the Olympics last year. "I played my practice round at the Kingsmill Golf Resort and it is picturesque and the course is in great shape. The greens are true and fast and some have a lot of undulations, too. This week the key would be to hit good approaches and create enough birdie chances." Meanwhile, Thai star Ariya ... is optimistic and looking forward to her next outing at the Kingsmill Championship on the LPGA Tour, when he tees off at the at the Kingsmill Resort.

The 19-year-old golfer, who won twice in her rookie season, including the Hero Women's Indian Open, on the Ladies European Tour, before earning a status on the LPGA for 2017, has so far made three starts on the LPGA, including the Major, ANA Inspiration.

She made the cuts in all three, except one where she made the second round cut but missed the third round cut.

"I feel good about my game and I am looking forward to the week," said the soft-spoken youngster, who also played the Olympics last year.

"I played my practice round at the Kingsmill Golf Resort and it is picturesque and the course is in great shape. The greens are true and fast and some have a lot of undulations, too. This week the key would be to hit good approaches and create enough birdie chances."

Meanwhile, Thai star Ariya Jutanugarn, who has eight Top-9 finishes in 10 starts in 2017, will defend the Kingmill Championship Presented by JTBC.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Aditi confident ahead of Kingsmill Champs on LPGA

is optimistic and looking forward to her next outing at the Kingsmill Championship on the LPGA Tour, when he tees off at the at the Kingsmill Resort.

The 19-year-old golfer, who won twice in her rookie season, including the Hero Women's Indian Open, on the Ladies European Tour, before earning a status on the LPGA for 2017, has so far made three starts on the LPGA, including the Major, ANA Inspiration.

She made the cuts in all three, except one where she made the second round cut but missed the third round cut.

"I feel good about my game and I am looking forward to the week," said the soft-spoken youngster, who also played the Olympics last year.

"I played my practice round at the Kingsmill Golf Resort and it is picturesque and the course is in great shape. The greens are true and fast and some have a lot of undulations, too. This week the key would be to hit good approaches and create enough birdie chances."

Meanwhile, Thai star Ariya Jutanugarn, who has eight Top-9 finishes in 10 starts in 2017, will defend the Kingmill Championship Presented by JTBC.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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