Indian golfer Tvesa Malik put herself in contention with a solid three-under 68 to lie tied second after round two of the 2020 Lacoste Ladies Open De France.
As Malik carded 68 to get to four-under 138, Sweden’s Julia Engstrom had a memorable day with a hole-in-one en route to a second round 64 (-7) which put her on top the leaderboard heading into the third and final round.
Things were, however, rather disappointing for another Indian Diksha Dagar, who after 89 in the first round, carded 85 and missed the cut by a big margin.
Malik shares the second place with local French golfer and the 2015 champion Celine Herbin at four-under and they are four behind Julia Engstrom, whose stunning 64 saw her open up a handy four-shot lead.
She is seeking to become only the third Indian to win an event on the Ladies European Tour. Aditi Ashok (3 wins) and Dagar have previously won on the…