Aditi Ashok is close to winning the gold, played the card of 66 in the second round


Tokyo: Indian golfer Aditi Ashok is on her way to create history in the Tokyo Olympics. Like the first round, the Indian golfer has continued to perform well in the second round as well. Aditi Ashok played the card of 5 under 66 on Thursday and remained in second place. He played the card of 4 under 67 on the first day.

This is only the fourth time that golf is being played in the Olympics. The women’s golf tournament began on Wednesday at Kasumigaseki Country Club. Sweden’s Madeleine Sagström played a card of 66 on the first day and was at number one. India’s Aditi Ashok (67) and America’s Nelly Korda (67) were jointly second.

Aditi Ashok, 23, performed even better in the second round. He played a card of 66 with 5 birdies. But she fell behind world number one golfer Nelly Korda. The American golfer played a tremendous card of 62 in the second round and took first place. At the same time, Madeleine Sagstrom slipped from the top after playing a card of 70 in the second round.