Who's who: Aditi Ashok

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Who's who: Aditi Ashok

  • Name:

    Aditi Ashok
  • Country:

    India
  • Born:

    March 29, 1998 in Bangalore, India.
  • Original/Home Club:

  • Occupation:

    Professional golfer
  • Turned Pro:

    2016

Roll of Honour

Multiple wins on the Ladies European Tour. Ladies European Tour Rookie of the Year (2016).

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After winning many prestigious titles in her native India, Aditi's highly successful amateur career culminated in 2015 with a comfortable five-shot victory in the Ladies British Open Amateur Stroke Play championship at Moortown Golf Club, Leeds. Her transition to the professional game included winning the Ladies European Tour Q-School, the first Indian player to achieve this honour. She also became the youngest winner of a Q School for an international golf tour.

Not content with simply gaining entry to the Ladies European Tour, Aditi's rookie year included back-to-back Tour wins in November 2016. In the process she became the first Indian golfer to land a Ladies European Tour title and the first home country winner of the Women's Indian Open.

Top tournaments won by Aditi Ashok

2017
Europe
270 (-18)
€70,787
FBMA

Category

Europe

Winner (holder)

Ashok, Aditi

Score

270 (-18)

Prize money

€70,787

Title sponsor

FBMA

Played as the Fatima Bint Mubarak Ladies Open (Nov 1-4). Second-placed Georgia Hall (Eng) finished 1 shot behind 19-year-old Aditi Ashok (India), who claimed her third Ladies European Tour win in 12 months. [Saadiyat Beach GC, Abu Dhabi, UAE].

2016
Europe
273 (-15)
€75,000
x

Category

Europe

Winner (holder)

Ashok, Aditi

Venue

Doha GC

Score

273 (-15)

Prize money

€75,000

Title sponsor

x

Played as the inaugural Qatar Ladies Open (Nov 23-26). Second-placed Caroline Hedwall (Swe) and Lydia Hall (Wales) finished 3 shots behind 18-year-old rookie Ashok (India), who recorded her second straight Ladies European Tour win. [Doha GC, Qatar].

2016
Asia
213 (-13)
US$60,000
Hero

Category

Asia

Winner (holder)

Ashok, Aditi

Score

213 (-13)

Prize money

US$60,000

Title sponsor

Hero

Played as the Hero Women's Indian Open (Nov 11-13; Eurpn and Asian ladies tours event). Second-placed Brittany Lincicome (USA) and Belen Mozo (Esp) finished 1 shot behind 18-year-old rookie professional Aditi Ashok (India), the first home winner of this event. [DLF G&CC, New Delhi, India].

2016
Awards
€206,664
see Score
LET

Category

Awards

Winner (holder)

Ashok, Aditi

Venue

Score

€206,664

Prize money

see Score

Title sponsor

LET

Ashok (India) won the LET 2016 Rookie of the Year Award as the leading first-season player. She finished second on the Tour's Order of Merit, with earnings of €206,664.

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