Stage set for ESSAR-JK Tourism Charity Pro-Am
25 Top Golfers To Battle For Supremacy at Royal Springs Golf Course
Srinagar, July 29: After a gap of nearly 10 years top 25 professional golfers of country are going return to valley for playing in picturesque 18-hole Royal Springs Golf Course in the ESSAR-JK Tourism Charity Pro-Am.
The event would be held on July 30 and 31 and in it around 25 of India’s top professionals who are on the Asian and European tour will vie for a prize money of rupees 25lakhs
It will be rare chance for the golf enthusiasts of Valley to watch top golfers like Gaurav Ghei, Gaganjeet Bhullar, Manav Jaini, Rashid Khan, Ali Sher, Digvijay Singh, Amandeep Johl, Vivek Bhandari and Harmeet Kahlon to play in front of them.
Along with them amateurs from and outside the state will donate and play. The proceeds of the collection go to charity.
The tournament is being sponsored by ESSAR and JK Tourism. DLF India, Shaw Art Palace, the Lalit and FIL Industries limited are also side sponsors. The Greater Kashmir Communications Private limited is the media partner of the event. The whole event would be coordinated by Danish Aman.
Giving details about the event Danish said, “It is after a gap of 10-years that such a grand professional golf event would be held in Valley. Last time the event was held in 2002 and that was Sheri-Kashmir Open. Mukesh Kumar emerged as winner of that one”.
The Golfers visiting here are: Gaurav Ghei, Manav Jaini, Naman Davar, Vivek Bhandari, Chirag Kumar, Digvijay Singh, Vikrant Chopra, Ali Sher, Mandeo Phatania, Ashok Kumar, Vinod Kumar, KPS Sekhon, Harmeet Kahlon, Ranjit Singh, Amandeep Johl, Gurke Shergill, Guarav Pratap Singh, Sujjan Singh, Rashid Khan, Taran Shahi, Shamim Khan, Gaganjeet Bhullar, Amit Dubey, meghna bal and Sandy Lehal.
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