Aditi Ashok and Tvesa Malik enter the cut on the second day of the Aramco Team Series

Aditi made 74 for the second day in a row while Tvesa, who was part of the leading team after day one, saw her side slip to tied fifth, as she shot 73
Aditi Ashok and Tvesa Malik enter the cut on the second day of the Aramco Team Series

Indian golfers Aditi Ashok and Tvesa Malik have entered the cut on the second day of the Aramco Team Series in New York on Saturday, October 15.

Aditi made 74 for the second day in a row. She made three bogeys and hit one birdie and his total was 148 in four overs. She was joint 22nd yesterday but is now in joint 37th. While Tvesa scored 76 on the first day and 73 today, taking her total to 149 in five overs. She is joint 44th.

Tvesa, who was part of the leading team after day one, saw her side slip to tied fifth, as she shot 73 and teammates Leona Maguire and Liz Young each carded 72. The amateur Golden Tate shot 100. The team event was won by Johanna Gustavsson's team, who took an impressive victory.

Gustavsson shot 70, while Jessica Karlsson and Karolin Lampert had 70 and 72 respectively. In the meantime, New York University star Jennifer Rosenberg had 76. It was back-to-back wins for Karolin Lampert, who was also part of last year's winning Aramco Team Series – New York at Glen Oaks Golf & Country Club.

In the second round of the individual competition, world number eight Lexi Thompson made the most decisive move. She showed her class with a lap of 65 to finish at eight under par, giving her a slim one-stroke lead. before the last day. Thompson's round included five birdies and an eagle with the American star's putter scorching in the New York sun. A victory would mark the 27-year-old American's first professional victory since the ShopRite LPGA Classic in 2019.

World number four Nelly Korda (67) is just one behind. His round included four birdies and an eagle to finish at seven under par. Korda is aiming for back-to-back wins in the Aramco Team Series.

The final day of play will see only the 60 lowest-rated players. And ties from the first two days return to the course to fight for a share of an additional $500,000, this time in individual prize money.

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