Irish open: Diksha slips to T-3

On September 3rd in Dublin, India’s Diksha Dagar had a difficult start on the first nine holes but was able to make a strong comeback on the second nine holes, finishing with a score of 1-under 71 in the Women’s Irish Open. However, Diksha dropped down to third place as Anne Van Dam, who was in second place after the second round, extended her lead to three shots with a second straight score of 6-under 66. Van Dam finished the third round in the lead with a score of 15-under, which included three birdies in the last four holes. Lisa Pettersson from Sweden came in second place, while Alice Hewson tied for third place with Diksha. They were all four shots behind the leader, Van Dam. Another Indian player, Tvesa Malik, had a great finish with an eagle and three birdies in the last four holes of her round, scoring 3-under 69. Tvesa Malik is trying to improve her performance. She moved up from 59th place to 42nd place. Vani Kapoor came in 54th place and Ridhima Dilawari came in 66th place. Diksha, who was in the lead after the first two rounds, had a challenging day with six birdies, three bogeys, and one double-bogey. Diksha said it was disappointing to lose so many shots, but she was glad she fought back well. Diksha said that her game is going well, but she needs to perform well and quickly during the final round on the last day. “Please simplify this text. “

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