Third British School Junior Golf Tournament to be Held at the Chandigarh Golf Club on July 14
The Chandigarh Golf Club, Sector 1, will organize the third British School Junior Golf Tournament on July 14, according to the Tribune.
The golfers who want to participate in the tournament can get further details from Mr Raman Singh at the Chandigarh Golf Club office. Registrations can be done at the tournament venue, the CGA golf range, or at The British School, before July 12. Only first 50 entries will be registered on first come first serve basis. The participants will then be divided into categories A, B, C, D, E, and F depending on their age.
According to its website, Chandigarh Golf Club is the only one in Northern India having floodlit 9 hole golf course and floodlit driving range also called the Cradle of Indian Golf. Among its most celebrated sons are the reigning Asian Tour king of greens Jeev Milkha Singh, who became the first Indian to finish top ten in a major championship. It is also Home to some of India’s finest golfers including Harmeet Kahlon, Sujjan Singh, Amandeep Johl, Gurbaaz Mann, Harinder Gupta, Ranjit Singh, Abhijeet Chadha, H.S. Kang, Irina Brar etc .
Chandigarh Golf Club was laid out in 1962 and is located just south of Sukhna Lake and adjacent to the residence of the Punjab Governor in Sector 6. Chandigarh. India.7,202-yard, 18 holes, par-72 course is known for its tight fairways, which are lined by thick mango, jamun, eucalyptus and kikar orchards trees and thick roughs. There are quite a few dogleg holes here, but none gives the players a chance to take the shortcut as tall trees almost always guard the corners. The Club also possesses one of the longest par-5s in India, the seventh hole, which measures 613 yards.