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Shruthi had a tough time on the par-five holes. Three-putting thrice, Shruthi with just one birdie on her card (13th) and triple bogeyed the fifth and had seven other bogeys. However, she was able to take the lead as the others too had equally bad rounds. The day's best card was returned by 11-handicapper Meghana Bal, a tenth standard student and also of the Delhi Golf Club. 14-year-old Meghana, after a good first nine holes where she ended two-over 38, finished strongly over the back nine. She logged birdies on the 13th and 14th and had an impressive one-over 37 on the return.
Meghana, however, was six strokes behind the leader going into the final day and is presently at the fifth position. Shalini Malik, leader on the second day, had scores of 45 and 41 on the two nine holes to drop into second place. Shalini was let down by her putting and she too had three three-putts on her card. Mayali Talwar could only come up with a score of 12-over 84 and lie in fourth place at the end of 54 holes.
The results: Gold division: Shruthi Khanna (80, 78, 81) 239; Shalini Malik (79, 77, 86) 242; Anjali Chopra (80, 78, 85) and Mayali Talwar (77, 82, 84) 243 each; Meghana Bal (85, 85, 75) 245; Silver division: N. Sharmila (94, 89, 96) 279; Dhanalakshmi Rice (94, 90, 99) 283; Pinky Naresh Kumar (92, 101, 96) 289; Aruna Kulandavelu (96, 97, 99) 292.
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