Firstpost Masterclass: Only Indian on LPGA Tour, Aditi Ashok unravels physical, mental and technical side of golf
In Firstpost Masterclass, Aditi Ashok speaks about her journey, challenges of a female golfer in India, the nitty gritties of golf from mental, physical and dietary perspective, before acknowledging she hopes her career leads to a revolution for women's golf in the country.
This week Anika became the first Indian woman to tee off at the 125-year-old highly prestigious US Women’s Amateur Championship at the Woodmont Country Club, Rockville in Maryland.
National Sports Awards 2020: Rashid Khan, Aditi Ashok, Diksha Dagar recommended for Arjuna Awards by Indian Golf Union
Golfers Rashid Khan, Aditi Ashok and Diksha Dagar have been recommended for this year's Arjuna Awards by the national federation.
Indian golfer Aditi Ashok hails LPGA's decision to let players keep their Tour cards for next season
Aditi, whose last event was the New South Wales Open in Australia where she was Tied-4th, tried to get to the US before the coronavirus-forced lockdown came into effect.
Tokyo Olympics 2020: Qualifying extension gives golfers Shubhankar Sharma, Shiv Kapur, Anirban Lahiri a chance
International Golf Federation and International Olympic Committee (IOC) announced an adjustment to the qualifying system, handing a chance to many Indian golfers
Estrella Damm Mediterranean Open: India's Aditi Ashok finishes eighth; Spain's Carlota Ciganda wins on home soil
Aditi Ashok, 21, shot a final round of 72 and totaled even par 284 to finish tied-eighth late on Sunday. Her rounds were 74-67-71-72.
Travels through the Hindi belt: Love for golf saves Lucknow's Martin Purva from unemployment as locals tee off careers as caddies
The golf course has been employing at least one member from nearly every household in Martin Purva.
Year in review 2018: From Shubhankar Sharma's win at Maybank Championship to return of Rahil Gangjee, top moments in Indian golf
From Shubhankar Sharma’s final round 62 to win Maybank Championship to the return of Gangjee here are some of the highlights of Indian golf in 2018
Lack of communication between the governing bodies of golf has led to a "deserving" Aditi Ashok missing out on the Arjuna award, the Women's Golf Association (WGA) claimed on Tuesday.
Aditi, who has been finding her form back slowly, had four birdies against four bogeys in her 72 and she still left a few shots.
Aditi, who found 12 of the 14 fairways on the first day, dropped to just seven in 14 on second day, but she did find 14 out of 18 and 12 of out 18 greens on the two days.
Aditi Ashok, playing her second season on the LPGA, was making her first start since missing one in Australia at the beginning of the year.
Shubhankar Sharma's soaring career graph is proof of the success of indigenous training in Indian golf
Shubhankar's career graph continues to soar and on Tuesday he checked in at No 72 in the official world golf rankings, thereby narrowly overtaking his senior country-mate and PGA Tour member Anirban Lahiri who sits at No 76.
Year in Review 2017: Shiv Kapur, Shubhankar Sharma among those who made year unforgettable for Indian golf
As the 2017 season comes to a close, here’s a look at the golfers who made the year a standout season for India:
Aditi Ashok will be favourite to win the Hero Women's Indian Open while among the other Indians in fray, there will be considerable focus on Sharmila Nicollet
Indian golfer Aditi Ashok survives late scare to claim third Ladies European Tour trophy in Abu Dhabi
Aditi Ashok sounded a warning to her competitors ahead of the Hero Indian Open, where she will defend her title next week.
Indian golfer Aditi Ashok will play her fourth successive Major of the year when she tees up at the Women's British Open.
Scottish Open: Aditi Ashok off to rough start after running into inclement conditions in opening round
Indian golfer Aditi Ashok had a rough opening in tough conditions as she shot eight over 80 in the opening round of the Aberdeen Asset Management Ladies Scottish Open.
Aditi Ashok became a household name after her surprising performance at Rio Olympics. She has followed that up by a strong year, and has been rising from strength to strength.
The 19-year-old Aditi, playing her rookie season, bettered her previous best of tied 25th achieved at NW Arkansas Championships last month.