Sharmila Nicollet missed the cut with a second round 78, which was only marginally better than her first round 79, in the Omega Dubai Ladies Masters, the season`s final event on the Ladies European Tour.
Thailand pro Thidapa Suwannapura maintained outright lead to win her maiden Ladies European Tour (LET) title at the seventh Hero Women’s Indian Open golf tournament at the Delhi Golf Club (DGC) here Saturday.
Sharmila Nicollet returned to the Ladies European Tour with a consistent display that saw her finish the five-round Lalla Aicha Tour School Final Stage in tied 17th place as top-30 and ties won their LET card for 2013.
Sharmila Nicollet, playing in her first event on the Ladies European Tour, had a rough start to her debut as she carded a six-over 78 in the first round of the ISPS Handa New Zealand Women`s Open, here Friday.
India`s Sharmila Nicollet crossed the first hurdle of making the crucial four-round cut and stayed on course for the full playing privileges and playing rights on the Ladies European Tour as she carded a four-over 75 at the par-71 North Course here today.