Defending champion Gurbani Singh of Delhi retained her third match play title at the USHA All India Ladies Amateur Golf Championship as she overcame Bangalore`s Aditi Ashok 5-4 at the Bombay Presidency Golf Club (BPGC) course at suburban Chembur here on Monday.
Delhi’s Gurbani Singh and Bangalore’s Aditi Ashok sailed through to the match play finals of the All India Ladies Amateur Golf Championship after accounting for their semi-final opponents at the Bombay Presidency Golf Club (BPGC) course.
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.
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.
Golfer Gurbani Singh delivered the knockout punch on Aditi Ashok, as she eliminated the defending champion and moved into the final of the Usha All India Ladies Matchplay Championships at the Tollygunge Saturday.
Aditi Ashok set up an interesting duel with arch-rival Gurbani Singh in the semi-final after the former easily won her quarter-final in the Usha All India Ladies Matchplay Championships at the Tollygunge Club here friday.
Gurbani Singh, who has taken over the lead from Aditi Ashok at the top of the Order of Merit of the Ladies section in the IGU circuit, will start as a firm favourite in the third Usha Delhi Golf Club Ladies tournament starting here from Tuesday.
Gurbani Singh, who won her third title of the season last week, will return to the Poona Golf Club here for the Usha Maharashtra Ladies and Juniors golf this week to bid for yet another crown and seal her claim on the Order of Merit on the Indian Golf Union circuit.
Defending champion Gurbani Singh set the Tollygunge course on fire with a record-breaking six-under 64 at the par-70 course on the first day of the Usha West Bengal Ladies Open Amateur Golf Championship.