Lee-Anne Has All Eyes On Women’s Indian Open Golf




Lee-Anne Pace

Lee-Anne Pace

Gurgaon, November 10: South African Golfer Lee-Anne Pace is really looking forward to bag the winning prize of $300,000, in Hero Honda’s Indian Open at the DLF Golf and Country Club, which starts on this week here on Thursday, and had a wish to make a memorable journey to the East. It has always been a great tour of Asia for Pace, and before this she came thrice time over here, and from that two times she had been second while once she had to satisfy with seventh position. The genial Mossel Bay golfer at present is in tremendous touch and form. ‘Whatever I have seen at DLF Golf and Country Club, it really liked me. I’m really looking ahead for this tournament’ said Pace on this event which is a joint venture with Ladies European Tour and Ladies Asian Golf Tour.

To show how excited and determine she is for this event, she guided her team of Robert Vadra, Sanya Sharma, Sanjeev Laroiya to victory in the morning Pro-Am on Wednesday. ‘That’s a brilliant kick off to the week’ said the enthusiastic Lee after receiving her prize. Lee-Anne will be paired with Clare Choi of Australia and Indian unprofessional Gauri Monga. Besides that, England’s Laura Davies has been through tense condition from past few days. Her Golf bag has been disappeared, but India’s Golf ‘ambassador’ Smriti Simi Mehra has managed to convince the experienced campaigner to still stay and carry on the tournament. By the way she is paired with defending champion Phatlum Pornanong and India’s Sharmila Nicollet.

Davies, who arrived here on Monday to participate at the event, was very disappointed about the Golf bag that went missing which made her to spend two days without it and also has to miss the Wednesday’s Pro-Am because of that. But Simi has assured her that she will give her the bag which will be almost similar to her bag which made the English lady to continue to shoot for the title. Now the gap between the titles has narrowed as Laura and the title contender Lee will be together at the event.

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