India's star golfers Aditi and Diksha Dagar will have a chance to compete in the AIG Women's Open and the ISPS Handa Invitational, both of which are organized by the Ladies Professional Golf Association (LPGA). Both players missed the cut at the Scottish Open. Ashok, finished tied 55th in the Women's Scottish Open after posting a final round score of 2-under 70 and moved up from T-65.
Celine Boutier of France has risen to the top of the 2023 Race to Costa del Sol standings and currently has 1,639.63 points. With 1,433.20 points, Ana Peláez Trivino of Spain has moved up to second place, and Aditi Ashok of India is currently in third place with 1,285.56 points. Linn Grant of Sweden is in fourth position, followed by Czechia in fifth, Johanna Gustavsson of Sweden in sixth, and Diksha Dagar of India in seventh.
Aditi Ashok has been arguably India's best golfer in recent times, as she has accomplished various milestones in her career. She first rose to fame, when she finished fourth at the Tokyo Olympics and missed out on a medal by a thin margin.
She also became the youngest player to win a Ladies European Tour championship in 2016 when she won the Hero Women's Indian Open with a total of 213 (3-under par). She was also the first Indian to play on the LPGA Tour after winning a card for the 2017 season at the LPGA Final Qualifying Tournament. In the Louise Suggs Rolex Rookie of the Year standings, the rising star is placed eighth.