Hong Kong: India's three-member team comprising Gaurika Bishnoi, Ridhima Dilawari and Nishtha Madan dropped further three places to finish 12th on the final day of the 37th Queen Sirikit Cup Asia-Pacific Invitational ladies team golf championship here on Friday.
Currently No.2 on the Indian Golf Union's ladies order of merit list, Dilawari brought the best card amongst the three, shooting four-over 76 while Bishnoi, ranked third, and Madan, ranked seventh, both returned eight-over 80.
It left Indian team on 156 for the three-day team total of 454, after counting the two best scores of each day.
Bishnoi, 17, who struggled to come back with low score on Friday, said: "My putting was completely off today. I shot three-over in front nine and five-over in back nine. I was missing everything from the lip of the hole.
"But overall, it was a great experience. I have learnt a lot and the crowd was very supportive. If not a great result, this tournament has surely shown me a realistic picture of my game and now I know that I need to be better prepared for these kind of tournaments in future."
South Korea once again dominated the 13-nation field and ran away with the trophy for a record 17th time with a total of 422.