JAMMU- Jammu is all set to host the first ever Professional Golf Tour of India (PGTI) Tournament at Jammu Tawi Golf Course from September 7 to September 10, 2022.
During the recent inauguration of Jammu Tawi Golf Academy at Jammu Tawi Golf Course, LG Manoj Sinha, who is also the Chairperson of Jammu Tawi Golf course, announced the hosting of a PGTI Level tournament in Jammu.
The event has been made possible due to keen interest shown by Sarmad Hafeez, Commissioner Secretary, Tourism Department, J&K under the guidance of Advisor to Lieutenant Governor Rajeev Rai Bhatnagar and as per the directions of Lieutenant Governor.
The Commissioner Secretary, Tourism has reviewed the arrangements to be made for smooth conducting of such a big level event.
Secretary, Jammu Tawi Golf Course, Manav Gupta informed that the Tournament will be held at Jammu Tawi Golf Course from 7th to 10th September 2022 and titled as J&K (Jammu) Open 2022.
Professional Golf Tour of India (PGTI) is a governing body for professional Golf in India. PGTI is the platform for Indian Golfers to enhance their careers and finally go on to compete at the highest level in the European and US Tours.
PGTI is inducted as a member of the prestigious “International Federation of PGA Tours” and is acknowledged Worldwide as the official sanctioning body of professional Golf in India. PGTI has also been included in the Official World Golf Ranking “OWGR” System.
Jammu Tawi Golf Course, a full-fledged International Standard 18 holes Golf Course, has been chosen as the suitable venue by PGTI for this prestigious tournament to be held in the month of September.
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