Amandeep, Tvesa, Diksha and Vani set for Ladies Open de France | Golf News

DEAUVILLE (France): Fresh off a career-best result last week, Almond Drall will lead a group of four Indians at Lacoste French Open Ladies. The other three Indians are Diksha Dagar, Tvesa Malik and Vani Kapoor.
Diksha has evolved well but still needs some good results. Tvesa made the cut last week at Swiss Ladies, but is still far from her normal form.
Vani made a nice spot in the top 3 earlier but will like to be consistent ahead of her National Open, the Hero Women’s Indian Open.
Amandeep did well to navigate her way through many starts on the LET Access Tour. She had a career-best result with a tied seventh at last week’s VP Bank Swiss Ladies Open.
Vani, too, has played all over Europe to South Africa and Australia and is now getting decent results on LET.
The LET remains in Europe this week for a new chapter in the history of the Lacoste Ladies Open de France.
The 32nd edition of the tournament will be played at a new venue, on the iconic Diane Barrière course at Golf Barrière, in Deauville, Normandy, in northwestern France.
There will be 108 of the best LET players competing, including 19 French players.
From the young amateur Constance Fouillet, only 14 years old, to the experienced Anne-Lise Caudal (disputing her 18th consecutive Lacoste Ladies Open de France), they will all try to shine in front of the French public.
French number one Céline Boutier, from Montrouge near Paris, will defend the title she won last year at the Golf du Médoc in Bordeaux.
Eight of the winners of this year’s tournament will be looking to climb the Race to Costa del Sol leaderboard with another victory.
The field also includes last week’s winner Liz Young, who took her first victory at the VP Bank Swiss Ladies Open, as well as Lee-Anne Pace (Investec SA Women’s Open), Tiia Koivisto (Jabra Ladies Open), Manon De Roey (Aramco Team Series – Bangkok Individual), Meghan McLaren (Australian Women’s Classic – Bonville) and Jana Melichova (Tipsport Czech Ladies Open).
There are several names that did well in last year’s competition, such as Kylie Henry, who finished second behind Boutier, as well as Anais Meysonnier and Magdalena Simmermacher, who tied for third.
There are also several players who are yet to pick up their first victories, such as Johanna Gustavsson, the highest-ranked player in the Race to Costa del Sol field.

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