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Hero Women's Indian Open R4

Christine Wolf claims first Ladies European Tour title
Hero Womens Indian Open R4 - Christine Wolf wins maiden win

Hero Women's Indian Open R3

Christine Wolf fires 67 to take lead in India
Hero Womens Indian R3 - Christine Wolf takes lead

Hero Women's Indian Open R2

Whitney Hillier takes 1-shot lead
Hero Womens Indian R2 - Hillier takes 1-shot lead

Hero Women's Indian Open R1

Meghan MacLaren and Whitney Hillier tied for lead
Hero Womens Indian Open R1 - MacLaren & Hillier leading

Looking forward to 2019 on the Ladies European Tour

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The 2019 season gets under way next week in Abu Dhabi and promises much excitement.
Looking forward to 2019 on the Ladies European Tour

Hero Women’s Indian Open 2018 - Round 4

Becky Morgan secured her first professional title with a two shot victory.
Becky Morgan secured her first professional title with a two shot victory in the Hero Women’s Indian Open, © Ladies European Tour

Hero Women’s Indian Open 2018 - Round 3

Becky Morgan, Nicole Broch Larsen and Ellie Givens share the lead heading into the final day after a dramatic finish to the third round.
Becky Morgan, Nicole Broch Larsen and Ellie Givens tied for the lead, © LET

Hero Women’s Indian Open 2018 - Round 2

Christine Wolf holds a four-stroke lead heading into the weekend.
Christine Wolf holds a four-stroke lead heading into the weekend, © LET

Hero Women’s Indian Open 2018 - Round 1

Tonje Daffinrud takes first round lead in India.
Tonje Daffinrud takes first round lead in India, © LET

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