Tvesa Malik shoots a bogey-free 68 at the Aramco Series Bangkok, finishing 26th.

Tvesa Malik wins Aramco Team Series Bangkok by a bogey-free 68 . The 27-year-old from Delhi scores all 18 greens in regulation .

BANGKOK, Thailand (March 1, 2016): Tvesa Malik saved her best for the last by winning the $1 million Aramco Team Series Bangkok by a brilliant bogey-free four-under par 68, which she scored all 18 greens in regulation.After a solid round at the historic Thai Country Club, the putts for the 27-year-old from Delhi finally dropped.The 68 was the lowest score of her 2022 season in 20 rounds, showing that the year's swing changes she made at the start of the season are getting in the way, and she came up to tied 26th place at one-under par 215 total.For four birdies in a bogey-free round, Tvesa birdied the fourth and then added a hat-trick of birdies from 13th to 15th.

De Roey was three shots better than Johanna Gustavsson of Sweden, who finished runner-up for the third time this season.Patty Tavatanakit (73) was overnight leader, taking third place at 8-under par 208, after a birdie on the final hole to join Scotland's Kylie Henry.On an otherwise disappointing day for the locals, she was the best-placed Thai, with former world No.1 Ariya Jutanugarn (71) putting her in fifth place, a shot behind.Malik, who was 19th in the Ladies European Tour Order of Merit last season, may have done even better, but for at least three missed birdie attempts from within eight feet.

It was a good On the course, I was getting a lot better at it.Today, I felt that the contact was a lot more fulfilling.I have been hitting it well at the range the whole week, and to be able to hit the golf course was great, said Malik, who is 334th in the world.I was also not worried about missing the greens, because chipping on this golf course is a little bit difficult.

I think the most important part is to ensure that I am on the right track and that I am able to accomplish it exactly the way I want.For the next few weeks, I think this round will be very important.Malik started the day in 39th position at three-over par.On the 13th, 14th, and 15th hole, she made her first birdie of the day on the par-5 fourth hole, and like in Fridays second round, she made three birdies in a row on the back nine.

From June 16-18, the next Aramco Team Series will be held at Centurion Golf Club in London.