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Letter sent on Jun 6, 2016

Punjab achieving big in Golf

One of the prestigious Golf Championships has been recently conducted at the KGA Golf Course in Bengaluru; this is the Louis Philippe Pro Golf League where Dev Chandigarh has performed really well.

Amardip Malik as well as Himmat Rai have been performing really well at this championship and have helped their team to gain a five shot lead over the team of Hyderabad. This has taken them to the first position. On the other hand, Gaganjeet Bhullar and Ajeetesh Sandhu have also shown a brilliant teamwork in displaying an equally spectacular five-under 67 to push the average of Hyderabad’s team to 12-under 420.

After showcasing a great show of brilliant golf, Bhullar was very satisfied with his and his teams’ performance and by the end of the day he said that he wanted something like this because recently he wasn’t very well hitting. His focus was only on striking today on the ground.

It is a matter of pride to see how the young achievers of Punjab are doing wonders on the national and international level at a sport such as golf, which is known to be the game of the elite and the educated. In addition to this great display of teamwork, AadilBedi, who is another golfer from Chandigarh, has won the junior golf championship. He excelled at the Karnataka Junior Golf Championship, which was held in Bengaluru and he carded a total of 280 with rounds of 71, 71, 70 and 68.

With this win, he has gained the third spot in the merit list for A-category of the Indian Golf Union. Ahead of this, he will be participating in the Southern India Junior Golf Event before moving on further to USA for the Junior Golf World Cup. This junior Golf master has been training under the renowned Jesse Grewal at the Chandigarh Golf Association. At an age of 15 years, he has gained a lot in this sector and further aspired to be in the top ranks around the world. He was the youngest participant in this match in Bengaluru and that is why he says that it was a tough match.

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