Indian golf takes another step to strengthen grassroot development

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Arun Singh (extreme right), president of the Golf Course Superintendents & Managers Association of India, during the MoU signing ceremony with Game of Life founders Samant Sikka (centre) and Amit Kharbanda in New Delhi on July 2.

The Golf Course Superintendents & Managers Association of India (GCS&MAI) and Game of Life signed a Memorandum of Understanding in New Delhi on July 2 to collaborate in furtherance of their objectives.

GCS&MAI will conduct additional workshops/seminars with the support of Game of Life and the two organisations will bring in fresh ideas to add value to such joint endeavours, explore new initiatives to popularize the game and bring people behind the scenes to the forefront.

Through the signing of the MoU, GCS&MAI and Game of Life are confident of making a significant and positive change towards improving the landscape of golf in India.

The ceremony at the Qutab Golf Course was well attended by members of GCSMAI, Game of Life and other key stakeholders of the golfing community.

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Game of Life founders Samant Sikka (extreme left) and Amit Kharbanda with GCS&MAI president Arun Singh.

Formed in 2003, GCS&MAI was established to create a platform for improving knowledge on the maintenance of golf courses and their infrastructure by sharing ideas, experiences and information among its members.

The Association conducts workshops/seminars/exhibitions on a regular basis at different locations in the country, and is well supported by its partners from the industry in India and abroad to pursue its objectives.

Game of Life is promoted by passionate golfers who have excelled in their professional fields in the corporate world. The company aims to expand the footprint of golf and bring in new people to the game. Their activities span across the spectrum of golf through fresh initiatives at districts and states throughout the country.