x

Like our Facebook Page

   
Early Times Newspaper Jammu, Leading Newspaper Jammu
 
Breaking News :   Controversial IAS officer Puja Khedkar may be terminated if found guilty: Official Sources | Kavinder asks Maharashtra industrialists to invest in J&K, explains bounties | CS reviews arrangements for I-Day celebration | Pakistan, its Indian sympathisers enemies of J&K people: Rana | Auto / e-Rickshaw drivers to face action for overcharging, overloading: Warns RTO Jammu | Advisor Bhatnagar reviews performance of School Education Deptt | Costly vegetables push retail inflation to 4-month high of 5.08 pc in June | UP will export 40 tonnes of mangoes to Japan, Malaysia this year: CM Adityanath | SC to consider listing PIL for Court-monitored SIT probe into electoral bond scheme | Delhi Court extends Kejriwal's judicial custody till July 25 | Power connection mandatory for under-construction buildings: KPDCL | Ex-trade union leader Khurshid Alam resigns from People's Conference | BJP Govt's pledge to make J&K industrial hub never progressed beyond signing MoUs: Rattan Lal Gupta | Restore full statehood to J&K before announcing polls, demands Sadhotra | "Sufi shrines places of love, harmony, communal bonhomie": Darakhshan | Principal Secretary APD reviews progress on HADP, Capex, CSS projects | Shiv Sena stages strong protest against Pakistan, terrorism | District Social Welfare Office, ALIMCO distribute assistive devices to beneficiaries | Union Ministers visit NMDC | Ensure top-notch arrangements for celebration of Independence Day: Div Com Kashmir | Police foils two bovine smuggling bids; 2 bovine smugglers arrested, 12 bovine rescued | NHM Employees Association condole demise of Dr Nazir's mother | Empowering MSMEs of Bharat: Vi Business, PayU Partner to Accelerate Digital Growth with exclusive offers | NABARD, Agriculture Deptt kickstart FPO saturation campaign in Anantnag & Kulgam | Vehicle with wooden logs seied by police | "IIM Dr Ritu Singh at its State-of-the-Art campus at Jagti" | Three students from Department of Hindi, CU Jammu selected as Assistant Professors in Degree Colleges | Director Rajbhasha conducts official language inspection at Central University Jammu | Ayush Geriatric camp held for old age people | NCC cadets of PSPS GCW Gandhinagar spearhead "Paper Bag Day" campaign | Such partnerships enhance academic, professional growth of students in line with NEP: Registrar | Local Cong leaders sabotaging ‘Ghar Wapsi’ of Azad loyalists | Officer can’t exercise power to arrest under PMLA as per his whims and fancies: SC | June 25 to be observed as ‘Samvidhaan Hatya Diwas’ | Reminder of what happened in 1975: PM | Police bust human trafficking racket, rescue 4 minor girls | Railways adds 92 general coaches in 46 trains, plans more | Searches launched in Jammu | Earthquake shakes Baramulla | Hajj 2024: Last flight lands | Over 4,400 devotees leave Jammu | Kashmir colleges get 10-day summer break | KU postpones exams | DC Samba inaugurates District Level Capacity Building Training Programme under Beti Bachao Beti Padhao | DC Rajouri launches plantation drive at Dassal panchayat | Missing girl traced out and reunited with her family by JKP | Power shut down | Decisive Step | Back Issues  
 
news details
Tvesa Malik stays in fourth place in Cape Town
3/14/2024 10:20:13 PM
Agencies
CAPE TOWN, Mar 14: India's Tvesa Malik carded a three-under 71 to stay in tied fourth place after the second round of the Standard Bank Ladies Open here.
Tvesa, who shot 1-under 73 on the first day at the Par-74 course, was four-under for two rounds with one more day to go.
A multiple winner on her domestic Pro Golf Tour in India and a winner in South Africa last month, Tvesa is four shots behind the first round leader Kylie Henry of Scotland.
After a first round 69, Kylie added a 71 to be 8-under 140.
Tvesa made good use of the Par-5s, as three of her six birdies came on them. Tvesa opened the second day with a bogey, but hit back fast with three birdies between the third and the sixth and added three pars to turn in 2-under.
On the back nine, Tvesa birdied the Par-5s on the 11th and the 14th to get closer to the top before she was pulled back by bogeys on the 15th and the 17th.
A closing birdie was a good way to end the day as she aims for another good finish in South Africa.
South African duo Cassandra Alexander (74-69) and Gabrielle Venter (74-69) shot identical scores for the second day running and moved into shared second place at 5-under 143.
Tvesa, French golfer Emie Peronnin (73-71) and England's Florentyna Parker (73-71) were tied fourth at 4-under 144.
The top 30 and ties make the cut, which was projected at 3-over 149.
The field this week includes all three winners on the Sunshine Ladies Tour this year with Kylie Henry, Tvesa Malik and Helen Kreuzer. They have been joined by Kiera Floyd, Gabrielle Venter, Nicole Garcia, Cara Gorlei, Tandi McCallum, Nadia van der Westhuizen and Stacy Bregman.
The 54-hole tournament carried a purse of 600,000 and is the fourth event of the schedule for this year.
  Share This News with Your Friends on Social Network  
  Comment on this Story  
 
 
 
Early Times Android App
STOCK UPDATE
  
BSE Sensex
NSE Nifty
 
CRICKET UPDATE
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
   
Home About Us Top Stories Local News National News Sports News Opinion Editorial ET Cetra Advertise with Us ET E-paper
 
 
J&K RELATED WEBSITES
J&K Govt. Official website
Jammu Kashmir Tourism
JKTDC
Mata Vaishnodevi Shrine Board
Shri Amarnath Ji Shrine Board
Shri Shiv Khori Shrine Board
UTILITY
Train Enquiry
IRCTC
Matavaishnodevi
BSNL
Jammu Kashmir Bank
State Bank of India
PUBLIC INTEREST
Passport Department
Income Tax Department
JK CAMPA
JK GAD
IT Education
Web Site Design Services
EDUCATION
Jammu University
Jammu University Results
JKBOSE
Kashmir University
IGNOU Jammu Center
SMVDU