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Moroccan golfer Maha Haddioui delivers good performance in India

Written by FDM

Moroccan golfer Maha Haddioui, known for being the first Arab golfer to qualify to the 2016 Rio Olympics, has delivered one of her finest performances at the Hero’s Ladies Indian Open, held November 10-12 in Gurgaon. India.

Maha Haddioui’s performance at the Hero’s Ladies Indian Open was simply ” excellent “, as described by the Hassan II Golf Trophy Association (ATH) of which this young Moroccan is a member, confirming her return to the highest level given the scores she obtained.

Already the author of a good performance at the Fatima bint Mubarak Open in Abu Dhabi, Haddioui finished 23rd at the Hero’s Ladies Indian Open, successively playing 70 (-2), 73 (+1) and 71 (-1) on the course of the DLF Golf Country Club in Gurgaon in India.

At this rate, everything suggests that Maha Haddioui, who has marked the history of golf in Morocco in 2016 becoming the first Arab golfer to participate in the Rio Olympics, will again make a very good end of the season.

Camille Chevalier of France took the first place in this tournament, which took part in the Ladies PGA European Tour Elite, playing 204 on the 3 Towers (-12).