Sharmila Golfer

Sharmila Nicollet
Personal information
NicknameCherie, Nico, Shamz
Born12 March 1991 (age 29)
Bangalore, India
Height1.81 m (5 ft 11 in)
NationalityIndia
ResidenceBangalore, India
Career
Turned professional2009
Current tour(s)Women's Golf Association of India
Ladies European Tour
Professional wins11
Achievements and awards
Lady golfer of the year (IGULS)2007
Player of the Year (WGAI)2010

Sharmila Nicollet (born 12 March 1991) is an Indo Frenchprofessional golfer from Bangalore, India.[1]

Born in Bangalore, India, Sharmila Nicollet began golfing at the age of 11. Nicollet had her choice of sports as she dominated in swimming as well. She has represented India at the Asian Games and was the youngest lady golfer to win All-India Ladies Amateur Championship in 2007–2008. Dec 10, 2020 Indo French professional golfer Sharmila Nicollet is taking social media by storm with her stunning photos. The gorgeous athlete is always seen updating her fans with her fashionable looks.

Early years[edit]

Nicollet was born in Bangalore. Her father Marc Nicollet is French and her mother Surekha Nicollet is from Bangalore. Surekha is a perfumist and has her own Padmini Aroma Ltd in Bangalore while Marc is a software professional.[2][3]

Nicollet did her schooling in Bishop Cotton Girls' School and Bangalore International school finishing her 10th grade and 12th grade privately. She is now pursuing a degree privately as well.[2][4][5]

Nicollet pursued golf in 2002 at the age of 11. She won her first tournament at the age of 15.[4][6] She is a former national sub-junior swimming champ with over 72 gold and silver medals won in state and national aquatic meets (1997 to 2001). She was a state level athlete as well, making records at Bishop Cotton Girls School where she studied.[2][5][6]

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Career[edit]

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Amateur[edit]

Nicollet has represented India at the Asian Games at Doha 2006 and in Asia Pacific Junior Golf Tournament, played at the Callaway Junior World Golf Championships in San Diego, the Queen Sirikit Cup at Japan, the Malaysian Open and other international tournaments.[citation needed]

Nicollet was also the youngest lady golfer to win the All-India Ladies Amateur Championship in 2007–2008, along with seven Open Amateur Tournaments.[7]

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Nicollet partnered with England's Laura Davies as a 16-year-old amateur during a special Emaar – MGF Challenge Match ahead of the 2007 Ladies European Tour event that was held in India. Davies commented that, 'from my experience, Sharmila has all the potential to be a good player.' Her present coach Tarun Sardesai, and past coach Gaurav Diwan from KGA feel that she has the talent to achieve great things because of her natural aptitude for the game.[8]

Professional[edit]

Nicollet turned professional in 2009 when she was 18 years old.[9] She is the youngest Indian golfer to qualify for Ladies European Tour. She is the second Indian to earn a full card on the Ladies European Tour.[10]

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Nicollet won the 2009–2010 Order of Merit on the Women's Golf Association of India and then five further events to finish on top of the 2010– 2011 Order of Merit.[6] She finished the top Indian golfer at T22, at the 2011 Hero Honda Women's Indian Open, with the lowest score of the day in the final round.[7][9][11] She has a total of 11 wins on the Women's Golf Association of India.

She finally qualified with a full tour card for the Ladies European Tour in 2012, being the youngest Indian golfer to qualify.[12]

Nicollet was the champion of the Hero-KGA tournament in 2012.[13] and the Hero-WPGT in 2015.[14]

References[edit]

  1. ^'Sharmila Nicollet is the glamorous face of Indian golf'.
  2. ^ abcEducationworldonline.net
  3. ^'Sharmila wants to play for India in 2016 Olympics - The Times of India'. The Times of India.
  4. ^ abSharmila Nicollet [Biography] ~ Matpal
  5. ^ ab'Sharmila Nicollet'. Women's Golf Association of India. Retrieved 26 August 2012.
  6. ^ abcCurti, Chuck (20 July 2011). 'Indian Starlet Nicollet Brings The 'Bling' And The Game'. 7Cs Golf. Retrieved 26 August 2012.
  7. ^ abSharmila Nicollet
  8. ^Golf Girl's Diary: Golf Girls in Bangalore
  9. ^ abBilali, Shaghil (21 January 2012). 'Golfer Sharmila Nicollet aims big in Europe'. India Today. Retrieved 26 August 2012.
  10. ^Sharmila targets tour title
  11. ^Indian Women's Golf News – Amateur Sports News – Amateur Golf News
  12. ^'Sharmila Nicollet – India's Rising Superstar'. Golfing World. Retrieved 26 August 2012.
  13. ^'Sharmila Nicollet beat Vani Kapoor in play-off to win Hero-KGA pro golf'. The Times of India. 24 August 2012. Retrieved 26 August 2012.
  14. ^'Sharmila claims her first title of the year'. The Hindu. 4 September 2015. Retrieved 4 September 2015.

External links[edit]

  • Sharmila Nicollet at the Ladies European Tour official site
  • Sharmila Nicollet at the Women's World Golf Rankings official site
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