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Corporate Golf Team event to tee off at PAF Sky view Golf Course

Corporate Golf Team event to tee off at PAF Sky view Golf Course

LAHORE, May 03 (APP):The 3rd Regional Qualifier of World Corporate Golf Challenge Pakistan will get underway tomorrow, Saturday here at PAF Sky View Golf Cours.

This will be followed by the National Final of Hashoo Group World Corporate Golf Challenge Pakistan 2019 on May 5 and the winning team of National Final will earn a place for World Final 2019 of World Corporate golf Challenge to be held in Portugal in July.

Aspirants are many and include some very classy golfers and some who are in the run to get their names established as players of merit who can perform at the national and international level.

The participating numbers are large and have crossed the ninety mark. Prominent names capable of producing quality golf are Rustam Ali Chatta,Jamal Nasir ,Taimoor Shabbir,Amer Khawaja,Amer Chaudry,Ahmed Kayani,Omer Khawaja,Farooq Khan,Farid Malik,Asim Tiwana,Imran Hassan Hussain Hamid,Sameer Iftikhar ,Ali Khan and Nasir Irshad.

The format of this championship is unique and is creating tremendous interest for corporate participants. In this connection Muhammed Umer Khokhar ,Director of the World Corporate Event said on the eve of the event “This is a great occasion for the corporate golfers who are competing in large numbers and the event is the greatest corporate golf event of Pakistan”.

As for the playing arena ,the PAF Sky view Golf Course is reflecting excellence with fairways looking really good and greens giving a tantalizing feel.

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