Aditi Ashok
Country India
Date of Birth 1998-03-29
Age 22 years
Birth Place India
Major Teams India
Playing Details International
Aditi Ashok, Golf Women's Individual Stroke Play, Golf
  • Group
    17 Aug, 4:00pm
    Rank:7 Pts:71
    QUALIFIED
  • Group
    18 Aug, 4:00pm
    Rank:17 Pts:68
    QUALIFIED
  • Group
    19 Aug, 4:00pm
    Rank:56 Pts:79
    QUALIFIED
  • Group
    20 Aug, 4:00pm
    Rank:52 Pts:76 Overall Rank:41
    LOST

Achievements

  • She finished Amateur Career as World No. 11 on World Amateur Golf Ranking (WAGR) as the Best Indian Amateur and Best Asian Amateur as on 31st December 2015
  • She has 6 International Wins, 17 titles including 5 Low Amateur finishes in LPGA/LET events and has an impressive tally of top 10 finishes.
  • She is the youngest and first Indian to win LET’s Lalla Aicha Tour School 2016 with the lowest winning score of 23 under par at 17 years. With this victory she also became the first Indian (male or female) to win qualifying school of any internationally ranked tour. She equaled the men’s course record and set a new women’s course record with her career’s lowest round of 10 under par on Samanah Country Club.
  • She is the first Asian as SILVER MEDALIST and Runner-up at the International European Ladies Amateur Championship 2015 (Murhof GC).
  • She is the only Indian golfer to have played the Asian Youth Games (2013) Youth Olympic Games (2014) and Asian Games (2014).
  • She is the first Indian to win Ladies British Amateur Open Stroke Play Championship 2015 – Nicholls Trophy and Dinwiddy Trophy (Moortown GC).

 

Biography

Aditi made history by being the youngest and first Indian to win the Lalla Aicha Tour school and therefore secure her ladies European Tour card for the 2016 season. She has been regularly taking part in tournaments from 2011 and a handful of title-wins to boast of. In 2016 she turned professional and one big result in the aftermath was earning a cut in the Women's British Open.

 

Aditi qualified for Rio, her first Olympics, on the basiss of the Olympic criteria of eligibility based on rankings. Experience is her strength after having been playing from age 8. She has played in the Asian Youth Games, Youth Olympics and Asian Games.She has been the youngest winner of WGAI's profesional tournamentin 2011 when she was 13 yrs and 5 months.

 

She was three times national junior champion, from 2012-2014 and two-time national amateur champion in 2011 nad 2014