Amandeep Drall eyes pretension as Women’s Pro Golf Tour begins

Chandigarh golfers Amandeep Drall (in Grey) and Gursimar Badwal during Lady Golf Tournament in Panchkula on Thursday, Mar 21 2013. Express print by Jaipal Singh Amandeep will face unbending foe from Neha Tripathi and Gursimar Badwal. (File)

Having won 4 times in 14 appearances final year, Amandeep Drall will be penetrating to continue her good form in a new deteriorate as she starts her debate in a initial leg of a Hero Women’s Professional Golf Tour to be played during Kalhaar Blues Greens on Tuesday. Panchkula’s Amandeep Drall finished second in a Hero Order of Merit in 2016 with sum gain of Rs 11,75,534. She will be fervent to squeeze a win in a Rs 6,00,000 eventuality that will underline 11 professionals and sole pledge Sifat Alag.

Amandeep will face unbending foe from Kolkata’s Neha Tripathi and Kapurthala’s Gursimar Badwal, who finished third and fourth respectively in a Hero Order of Merit final year. Neha with dual wins and Gursimar with one will be penetrating to improved their opening and start a deteriorate with a win. A important absentee in a 1st leg is New Delhi’s Vani Kapoor, who won 7 titles in 13 appearances final year, with sum gain of Rs 12,55,150.

Trisha Sunil, who emerged as a Rookie of a Year in 2016 with sum gain of Rs 2,44,150 is approaching to give Amandeep, Neha and Gursimar a run for their money. Others to demeanour out for are Chandigarh’s Saaniya Sharma and Kolkata’s Smriti Mehra. The initial leg will also see Delhi’s Sifat Alag make her entrance on a Tour as an amateur.

The standard 72 Kalhaar Blues Greens golf march in Ahmedabad is conjectural to be one of a excellent Golf courses in a country, and is all set to exam a eagerness of India’s best veteran women golfers.