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Vani keen to regain form at Royal Springs

Vani keen to regain form at Royal Springs
Delhi youngster Vani Kapoor would look to <g data-gr-id="31">shrugg</g> off her poor form and return to winning ways when the ninth leg of the Hero Women?s Professional Golf Tour begins after a gap of three months, here from on Tuesday.

Vani has played impressive golf this season and would be eager to consolidate her position atop the money list. The INR 7,00,000 event will see 12 professionals and 2 amateurs fighting it out for the top spot and will be played from 23rd to 25th June 2015.

Hero Order of Merit Leader Vani has three victories in eight outings this season with total earnings of INR 7,85,867.

However, she has been <g data-gr-id="22">off colour</g> in the last three events and will look to make amends at the Royal Springs Golf Course.

<g data-gr-id="28">Vani is</g> expected to face tough competition from Panchkula golfer Amandeep Drall and Kolkata?s Neha Tripathi. Amandeep has been impressive in her rookie year and is placed third in the Hero Order of Merit list with total earnings of INR 5,06,867 in eight appearances.

Neha, on the other hand, hasn?t been at her best and is placed fourth on the money list with total earnings of INR 4,83,966. Both the golfers will push hard for their maiden victory of the season.

The event will also see the maiden appearance of <g data-gr-id="32">Afshan</g> Fatima as the latest addition to the growing list of professionals in the country. Amateurs Gurbani Singh and Millie Saroha will be keen to make an impact in the presence of some of the top professionals in the country. 
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