India’s Diksha Dagar has set a new record at the 12th World Deaf Golf Championships at the Carton House Golf Club from July 24-27.
There was an impressive field of 114 golfers from 18 countries participating in the biennial event.
Dagar managed to set a new mark for the tournament with a score of 17-under after three rounds. She was set to attend the 2018 World Amateur Team Championships at the same venue in August.
The champions in their respective events were: Men: Paul Waring (England); Women: Diksha Dagar (India); Senior Men: Keith Worek (USA); Men’s Team: Australia; Women’s Team: Germany.
The next WDGC will be held at the Forest of Arden Golf Club, Warwickshire, England from August 7-15th, 2020.
This event will mark the 25th anniversary of the establishment of World Deaf Golf Federation when the first WDGC was held at the same site in 1995.