Lucknow, Nov 23 (PTI) Tvesa Malik wrapped up her fourth title of the season with a birdie-birdie finish in the 16th Leg of the Hero Women’s Pro Golf Tour at The Palms Golf Club and Resort here Friday.Also Read - Mumbai Rains: Death Toll Rises to 31 in Landslide, House-collapse Incidents; NDRF Ends Search & Rescue Ops

Tvesa carded one-over 71 for a total of even par 210 over three days and 54 holes. Also Read - Coronavirus in India News And Updates: Take Action Against Those Engaging in Black Marketing of Oxygen and Medicines, HC tells Delhi Govt

Tvesa also extended her lead at the top of the Hero Order of Merit with two more events to go in the season. Also Read - Rhea Chakraborty Expresses Gratitude Towards 'Covid Warriors', Says 'Let's Go Mumbai'

Tvesa did well to win as Ridhima Dilawari put up a great challenge with the week’s best score of three-under 67 that brought her to four-over 214 but four shots short of Tvesa, who rode her earlier lead. Ridhima had started the final day eight shots behind Ridhima.

Smriti Mehra (72) totalled 216 and finished third, while Khushi Khanijau carded in red figures at one-under 69 and was fourth at 220. Neha Tripathi (71) and Siddhi Kapoor (73) were Tied-fifth at 223, while Gursimar Badwal (72 and 225) was sixth and Amandeep Drall (78) was eighth.

Tvesa, who started the day with a handy lead of five shots over Smriti Mehra, birdied the second but dropped shots on fifth, seventh and ninth. Smriti made up ground with an even par 34 in the front nine. On the back nine, Tvesa was two-under, while Smriti went two over and the gap became six.

Ridhima, who represented India at the 2018 Asian Games, fired six birdies, three on either side of the turn but also dropped three bogeys in her 67.

Tvesa Malik stays on top of the Merit list with Rs. 15,48,400, while Amandeep Drall, who had a disappointing week is a distant second at Rs. 11,05,000. Neha Tripathi has collected Rs. 9,97,200.

The next leg, the penultimate in the current season, will be played at the Noida Golf Course from November 27-30.

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