RSGC beauty spell bounds top golfers
Srinagar, July 30: The top golfers of country who are competing in the ESSAR-JK Tourism Charity Pro-Am have been struck by the beauty of Royal Spring Golf Course (RSGC) leaving them in awe of its location and surroundings.
Terming RSGC as the best he has seen India’s number ranked and world known Golfer Gaganjeet Bhullar said, “It is amazing to be playing here. The locations, surroundings, layout, facilities are out of this world. I am struck by its beauty and would love to come and play here again.”
Another highly talented golfer Rashid Khan said, “It is my first visit here and believe me I reckon this course best in country and at par with the best in the world. I recently came back from Asian championship after wining silver medal their but layout, surroundings here are amazing. Simply out of this world”.
“I would love to come here again and enjoy my private practice in this beautiful part of the world. I think there is no other place in the world that can sooth you mind and soul” he said.
He said that there is no need to tinker with the virginity of the course and there should not be added any artificial things.
“The advantage of the course is its natural beauty and there is no need to add any artificial things to it. Keep it as it is” he said.
The only female golfer in the event Meghna Bal while hailing RSGC said, “The course is amazing. Its layout, surroundings, greenery, bushes, facilities are amazing. Situated amidst lofty mountains and world famous Dal Lake is an added advantage to it. I have seen many courses across world and I reckon RSGC among the top in them.”
“The added attraction here is the hospitality of Kashmir people which is always revolving in minds of those who travel to any part of the world. I had heard about the hospitality which people offer here and now experienced it and loves it”.
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