How does a premier golf tournament come across for a spectator who hardly knows the ABC of golf? Well, the series of games comes across as an exciting bouquet of inter-related events. Game after game, you begin to revel in your increasing proximities with golf. It doesn’t take rocket science to understand what’s going on in a typical golf game.
Golf is not just a game but a lifestyle in itself. The beautiful landscape of golf courses bears testimony to the Indian golfing heritage withan immense potential to attract the local and the foreign tourists alike. With most golf courses spread across topography as varied as the hills and the valleys, they bring alonga flavour of nature. Many golf courses in India have a notablelevel of historical significance attached to them.
Golf is an amazing outdoor game. With popular tournaments such as the PGA Tour, RBC Heritage, AT&T Byron Nelson, Shell Houston Open and the Masters, the U.S., U.K., Mexico and several other western nations have been endorsing this precision sport the grand way.
Born in a poor family, Chikkarangappa is known as the 'hamlet boy' of golf in India. To give wings to his dreams, he joined as a worker in a golf club at a paltry wage of Rs. 50 per month. Today, he is a big winner in this sport which is pre-conceived to be made for the affluent.
With golf being included in the 2016 Olympics, no more is it in India a game of leisure. It’s now a full-fledged sporting pursuit that exudes passion and popularity, if not a strictly professional demeanor as yet. Neither is golf restricted to an age group or social segment nor is it a means of pastime with that golf buddy.