Slow start for Aditi Ashok in Women’s Australian Open

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Kooyong: Aditi Ashok will face an uphill task to stay for weekend action after carding a four-over 76 in the first round of the ISPS Handa Women’s Australian Open here on Thursday.

The 19-year-old Bengaluru golfer is lying way down in 110th place and would need a solid showing on Friday.

Aditi, who gave herself a decent start in 2018 with a T-7 in Canberra, opened with a bogey but that was neutralized when she birdied the very next hole. A birdie on ninth meant she turned in one-under.

But the Indian went through a rough patch over the next six holes as she bogeyed the 10th and then had four more bogeys in a row from 12th to 15th.

The latest star from Korea, Jin Young Ko grabbed a two-shot lead over fellow Korean Jiyai Shin (67).

She fired a sizzling seven-under 65 that included three birdies against no bogeys on the front nine and then she added six more birdies against two bogeys on the back nine.

There were as many as 10 players on four-under 68 and that group included Kiwi…

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