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Diya leaves the Chandigarh Open Golf Meet with a trophy

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<p>On the last day of the Chandigarh Open Ladies Golf Tournament at Chandigarh Golf Club, Diya Brar emerged victorious with an overall score of 153, while Ojaswani Saraswat (154) secured the second place. Third place went to Charvi Vaid.</p>
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<p>Manpreet Sandhu (145) and Bani Bajwa (148) took first and second place in the Spice Challenge Bowl (0–18). S Ratia (187), Kamlesh Khanna (196), and Jaspreet Kaur (196) won medals in the Bawa Gill Trophy (19–25), and Hema Bedi (148) and Neelam Gill (149) took first and second place in the Rani Jagdish Kaur Cup (19–25).</p>
<p>Aneet Gill (102) defeated Navina Kahai (212) in the Meters & Instruments Trophy (26-33). Roopali Tanwer (147) and Sukhi Jodha (163) took first and second place, respectively, in the Ell Ess Trophy (26-33).</p>
<p>S Ratia (187) won the Lady Governor’s Cup (Seniors) competition. In the Johl Senior Ladies Challenge Cup, Neelam Gill came out on top and Neelam Gill came in second. S Ratia took home the Super Senior Challenge Challenge Bowl, while Ojaswani Saraswat won the Nett category and Diya Brar took home the Gross title in the junior trophy.</p>
<p>The Longest Drive winner was Charvi Vaid, who was followed by Narinder Grewal. Ekta Wadhwa and Kavie Hundal tied for third place. Diya Brar, Neelam Garg, and Jyoti Singh took first, second, and third place in the Closest To Pin, respectively.</p>


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