Indian golfers Duisa Malik and Diksha Dagar pressed the cut line to ensure excitement this weekend at the Big Green Egg Open.
Doisa, who scored 73 points in the first round, added three more times and 75 out of a total of 148 four points, which marked him in the T-46. Deeksha, a freshman from his T-4 position in the Czech Republic last week, added 76 out of 73 in his first round, right in the chops at five over 149 in the T-55.
With the tournament consisting of four rounds, the Indian duo have the opportunity to improve their position.
Other Indians, but Vani Kapoor (78-76) and Asta Madan (83-73) missed the cut.
Doisa didn’t make any pigeons and had a bogey in Bar-5-eighth and a double bogey in Bar-414. Deeksha has no birds against the four ghost.
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Finland’s Sanna Notinen hit the second round of 68 to advance in the semi-finals with Australian Stephanie Kriko.
After the opening round of 70, Nuttien moved into the round of four under 68, followed by the weekend, which was built on top of the leaderboard.
Kriako took advantage of two shots during the night and fought 72 laps to keep his lead.
The 2020 LED Rookie Rosendelse Golf Club had four birds and four ghosts on the cover in the rain.
Thailand’s Athaya Titikul, who won the Czech Women’s DipSport Open last week, put in another strong performance, scoring 70 points in her second round.