Aditi Ashok finishes career-best third with Thai partner in Great Lakes


India’s Aditi Ashok and Thailand’s Pajaree Anannarukarn missed out on their maiden LPGA success however gained loads of reward after ending Tied-Third on the Dow Great Lakes Bay Invitational right here.

After three bogey-free rounds, the Indo-Thai duo known as Spice Girls for the week, added a four-under 66 in higher ball, which noticed each bogey the ultimate gap of the week.

Yet their 19-under whole fetched them a career-best third place end behind, Thai sisters Ariya and Moriya Jutanugarn (24-under), who had a second 59 in the week, and the defending champion Cydney Clanton and Jasmine Suwannapura (21-under).

Aditi and Pajaree have been Tied-Third with A Lim Kim and Yealimi Noh at 19-under.

Aditi and Pajaree, beginning the ultimate day in shared lead with Clanton and Suwannapura, did get off to a very good birdie-birdie begin however have been then unable to seek out any extra until the twelfth. The duo, nevertheless, managed to maintain bogeys off their playing cards.

When Aditi bogeyed sixth, the primary by both participant, Pajaree parred to make sure a par staff rating and the identical occurred when Pajaree bogeyed ninth as Aditi parred.

Then Aditi bogeyed once more on twelfth and as soon as extra Pajaree saved them with a par.

Though the Jutanugarns surged forward to 24-under, the Indo-Thai pair appeared aggressive on 18th in an try and get to Tied-second with Clanton and Suwannpura, who had completed at 21-under.

However, each Aditi and Pajaree each bogeyed the 18th and the staff rating dropped from 20-under to 19-under for a Tied-third.

Ariya and Moriya Jutanugarn, who had a 59 in their second spherical, repeated it on the ultimate day for a cushty three-stroke victory over Clanton and Suwannapura.

The 25-year-old Ariya gained for the twelfth time on the LPGA Tour and second this season, and the 26-year-old Moriya took her second title. Ariya gained the Honda LPGA Thailand in May for her first victory since July 2018.

U.S. Women’s Open winner Yuka Saso and Minjee Lee have been 18 beneath after a 62.


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