Golf player Aditi Ashoke is as of now positioned second after an eye-soothing performance in Round 3 in the women’s individual stroke play at the Tokyo Olympics today.
Aditi Ashoke has had three birdies in the first 8 holes and improved to an overall score of 12 under par. She was second by herself until then, with a 2-stroke lead over the third place. The intruder in openings 9 and 11 cut her down a piece however Aditi Ashok stayed in the blend. The other four players in this match were – Lydia Ko from New Zealand, Hannah Green from Australia, Kristine Pederson from Denmark, Mone Inami from Japan.
Aditi Ashok is an Indian professional golfer and Olympian who plays on the Ladies European Tour and LPGA Tour. She got Arjuna Award for Golf. She is from Bengaluru of India.
This is Aditi’s second Olympics. She made her debut in Rio Olympics. She finished 41st in Rio Olympics. Now her bird of eye is the gold medal for the country.
Other than Aditi, Diksha Dagar made a surprising cut for the women’s golf event at Tokyo 2020 Olympics. She is now at 51 ranks. Diksha Dagar partially hears impaired. Overcoming this challenge she is making us proud there.
Diksha Dagar is the second-youngest woman to win on a LET (Ladies Europian Tour) after Aditi Ashoke. Aditi Ashoke and Diksha Dagar, both are the “pride of India”. India is now praying for gold in Tokyo Olympics.