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3rd Caddy Golf Tournament held, Mukhtayar Ali emerges winner
11/28/2022 11:27:49 PM
Early Times Report
JAMMU, Nov 28: The third Caddy Golf Tournament was held at Jammu Tawi Golf Course on Monday.
The tournament was organized by former squadron leader and former minister. RS Chib, on behalf of Jammu Golfers Association. Others who were associated with the organizers, included, Bharat Sharma, Major Gen Shamsher Singh, Dr. Ritesh Gupta, Vijay Saraf Former Secretary Amar Singh Club, Munish Gupta Editor-in-Chief Early Times, Dr. Sunil Bhatt and Sunil Gupta, N S Jamwal ADG, BSF (Retd.) and Manav Gupta, Secretary, JTGC were chief guests on the occasion.
A total of 44 golfers participated in the tournament and the overall trophy was won by Mukhtayar Ali and Heera was the runner up.
The other winners, for longest drive, straight drive, nearest to pin and bull's Eye were Pawan Kumar, Sajjad Hussain and Sohan Lal. The winners in there respective four ball were, Prakash Chander, Shakeel Ahmed, Mukhtayar Ali, Heera, Khadam Hussain, Rakesh Verma, Mohd. Ayub, Akhtar Hussain, Zakir Hussain, Zakir Kohli and Zafar Hussain.
NS Jamwal, conveyed his appreciation to RS Chib and other members for organizing an excellent tournament for the caddies. He said a caddy is almost a guide for his golfer and in company of a good caddy one can perform better.
He further added that by organizing such tournaments, for the caddies is a good tradition and it will provide an opportunity to some of them to become good golfers.
RS Chib also appreciated the JTGC, and its management for maintaining this Golf Course, for the people of Jammu and especially those, who are interested to play Golf.
Chib said: "It is the endeavour of our Golfer's Association, to provide a platform to those who are interested to play golf."
He said that the caddies are playing a vital role in the field of golfing, and it is our duty to provide them opportunity to show their talent by organizing such tournaments.
He appreciated those who conceived the idea of establishment of Jammu Tawi course with special reference to Ghulam Nabi Azad, former J&K chief minister.
He said that it is quite encouraging that our Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha is also taking equal interest in maintaining the JTGC. He especially congratulated the winners and said that all those who participated deserve appreciation.
Manav Gupta also conveyed his appreciation to the organizers and especially to RS Chib, for organizing such a tournament. "This will definitely provide an opportunity to those young boys who are good in golf and want to achieve professional standards."
He congratulated the winners and also, all those, who participated. He also advised them to follow the rules of the course, so that the course is maintained in good condition and observe the dress regulations.
Game is for anybody with out any age bar for a good health says Munish Gupta on the sidelines of Golf promotion at Jammu during a conversation with media persons. Munish is of the opinion that this place, the golf course situated on Tawi banks really is heaven for players. He has his highest regards for RS Chib a seasoned politician, for giving his precious time for the promotion of golf and organising tournaments in Jammu. He believes that some youth who have mistakenly involved in drug menace or some other evils if pushed to this game or any other, will prove turning point for them to change their lives. So, be a good player and stay healthy.
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