Tuesday, April 2, 2024

Kapil Dev, Amit Luthra, Nandini Gupta, Brijinder Singh at the Successful Conclusion of The Golf Foundation's 15th Invitational Fundraiser Tournament in Delhi

April, 2024, DELHI, INDIA

Delhi, India,April 1, 2024 – The Golf Foundation (TGF) concluded its highly anticipated 15th Invitational Fundraiser Tournament at the prestigious Delhi Golf Club today, marking yet another successful event in its commitment to nurturing young golf talent from underprivileged backgrounds.

The tournaments, held in support of TGF's noble cause, witnessed an enthusiastic participation of golf enthusiasts who came together to contribute towards fostering promising golf talent across India.

Distinguished guests graced the occasion, including the esteemed presence of Kapil Dev, iconic former 1983 World Cup winning Captain cricketer, Ms Nandini Gupta, Miss India World 2023, Brijinder Singh, IGU President, and other noteworthy guests.

Reflecting on the success of the event, Amit Luthra, Multiple-time National Golf Champion, Asian Games Gold Medallist, and Arjuna Awardee Golfer said, "I am truly thrilled to see the overwhelming support for our cause at this year's Invitational Fundraiser Tournament. It's heartening to witness the passion and commitment of everyone involved in supporting young golf talent from underprivileged backgrounds.With the help of sponsors,we managed to collect a whopping2.60 Cr"

Talking about the event, Kapil Dev, Supporter, The Golf Foundation said, "Events like these showcase the power of sports in transforming lives and creating opportunities for the youth. The Golf Foundation's dedication to supporting young golfers from underprivileged backgrounds is commendable, and I'm honored to be a part of this noble initiative."

About The Golf Foundation:

Set up in the year 2000, TGF supports talented young golfers from underprivileged backgrounds. A Registered Charitable Society, TGF strongly believes that India can produce National and International golf champions by supporting golf talent from weaker sections of society. A belief that has been proven to be right time and again.

The Foundation got the highest Award from the President of India in 2017 for sports promotion, " Rashtriya Khel Protsahan Puraskar "

They have recently adopted Jindali village in Punjab, where the kids play with " sarias" & also 15-year-old farmer son Harsh Singh- a hearing & speech impaired # 1 Junior golfer in the IGU Feeder tour.

5 Foundation Jr's have been selected by APGC to represent India in Tokyo 17th- 21st April.Also Harsh to play deaf & dumb championship in Australia in August 

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