A playoff loss at the JM Eagle LA Championship at Wilshire Country Club proved to be a win for Ashok. She moved up 28 spots in the Rolex Rankings to get inside the top 75, earning a spot in the field at Pebble Beach. This will be Ashok's third U.S. Women's Open appearance. All four of her professional victories have come on the Ladies European Tour, including the 2023 Magical Kenyan Open. The native of India won the 2015 British Ladies Amateur Stroke Play Championshp and then turned professional the following year. Her victory at the 2016 Hero Open made Ashok the first player from India to win on the LET. In 2017, she became the second player from her country to join the LPGA Tour, following Simi Mehra. Ashok was the youngest competitor in the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, tying for 41st. She represented India in the 2012 and 2014 Women's World Amateur Team Championships.