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Sharmila Nicollet

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Sharmila Nicollet is a winner again on India's Hero Women’s Professional Tour. Nicollet won for the second straight time, this week at the Chandigarh stop, the seventh tournament of the Hero season.

An article on IndianSportsNews.com calls Nicollet "the lanky long-hitter from Bangalore." Which is awesome. I hereby move that from now on, Nicollet always be referred to as "the lanky long hitter from Bangalore."

As we've noted before on Golf Babes, Nicollet is beginning to gain wider notice outside of Indian golf, making multiple appearances in Europe and showing up more frequently on the Ladies European Tour. The photo above was taken during the 2011 Evian Masters.

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