A sublime Gurbani Singh returned to winning ways after a gap of almost three months at the Bombay Presidency Golf Club (BPGC) course, where she carded a one under 70 on the final day of the Usha All India Ladies and Junior Girls Amateur Golf Championship here Thursday.
Gauri Monga survived an erratic day at the Poona golf course to stay on top of the leaderboard at the end of the penultimate day of the Usha Western India Ladies & Junior Girls championship here on thursday.
As the Indian Golf Union (IGU) Amateur Ladies Tour bandwagon moves to the country`s west, a total of 45 amateurs including all the stars will be seen in action at the Usha Western India Ladies and Junior Girls Championships beginning Wednesday.
Gauri Monga carded a three-under 69, including four birdies on the front nine, to register an emphatic come from behind victory at the 4th USHA DGC Ladies Open Amateur Golf Championship here on Thursday.
Gauri Monga, a former All India Ladies winner and India`s No. 1 in 2010-11, seems to be on the right track on her comeback as she added a second straight 73 to take lead at the end of the second round of the Usha IGU Southern India Ladies on Tuesday.
Amateur Gauri Monga was best-placed Indian at tied 37 but it was rookie golfer Caroline Hedwall of Sweden who grabbed the lead after turning in a brilliant four-under 68 at the second round of the Hero Women`s India Open on Saturday.