Davies wins Women’s Indian Open for 77th victory

English star Laura Davies won the Women’s Indian Open on Sunday

for her 77th worldwide victory, beating Thailand’s Nontaya

Srisawang, South Africa’s Tandi Cuningham and Sweden’s Louise

Friberg with a birdie on the first hole of a playoff.

Davies eagled the par-5 18th in regulation for a 2-under 70 to

match Nontaya (71), Cuningham (73) and Friberg (70) at 3-under 213

on the DLF Golf & Country Club course. In the playoff, Davies

reached the green on the 18th in two and two-putted for the

victory.

At 47, Davies broke her own record as the oldest winner in

Ladies European Tour history. The four-time major champion has 44

LET victories, 20 LPGA Tour titles and 13 other tour victories.

She has five LET victories this year, also winning in New

Zealand, Germany, Austria and Spain.

Davies opened with rounds of 65 and 78.