At the end of this month, the Hero Women’s Indian Open tees off at the historic Delhi Golf Club and will see a highly-competitive field of internationally-renowned players competing for the title.
The Hero Women’s Indian Open, which tees off at the Delhi Golf Club on 28 November, will see a highly-competitive field of internationally-renowned players including the Ladies European Tour stars Gwladys Nocera of France and Holly Clyburn (pictured) from England.
The US$ 300,000 (Euros 225,000) event - tri-sanctioned by the Ladies European Tour (LET), the Ladies Asian Golf Tour (LAGT) and Women's Golf Association of India (WGAI) - will also see the LPGA Symetra Tour Money leader for 2013 P.K. Kongkraphan of Thailand in action.
Though the final list of golfers will be known as the tournament dates come closer, confirmations have also been received from Sharmila Nicollet, who is the youngest Indian to have qualified for the LET, current Hero Order of Merit leader Neha Tripathi and Smriti Mehra, a former LPGA player. Young stars like Vani Kapoor, Saaniya Sharma and Ankita Tiwana will also be adding strength to the Indian challenge at the event.