6th edition of Jeev Milkha Singh Invitational attracts top golf talent

The Jeev Milkha Singh Invitational tournament, honoring Indian golf legend Jeev Milkha Singh, brings together renowned names from the Indian and international golfing scene.

The highly anticipated Jeev Milkha Singh Invitational, now in its sixth edition, is set to bring forth the top talent of Indian and international golf at the Chandigarh Golf Club from November 2–5.

Launched in 2018 as a tribute to the Indian golf maestro, Jeev Milkha Singh, the tournament boasts a significant prize purse of INR 1.5 crore. The Pro-Am event will precede the main competition on November 1.

The event, jointly presented by TAKE Sports and TATA Steel PGTI, witnesses a competitive field of 130 participants, including 127 professionals and three amateurs, as confirmed by PGTI in a recent release.


Expectations are high as the tournament gathers a formidable array of talent, with renowned Indian golfers such as Rahil Gangjee, Rashid Khan, Om Prakash Chouhan, and others, alongside international players from Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, the United States, Nepal, Canada, and Andorra.

Notably, Jeev Milkha Singh, the first Indian professional golfer honored with a PGTI-named event, has a distinguished career that includes numerous victories on the international stage. His achievements, including two Asian Tour Order of Merit wins, have made him a pioneering figure in Indian golf history.

Expressing his anticipation, Jeev Milkha Singh, the host of the tournament, stated, “Hosting an event named after myself is always special. I expect the sixth edition to be another memorable experience for players and golf enthusiasts, promising top-class golfing action at the Chandigarh Golf Club.”

Uttam Singh Mundy, CEO of PGTI, recognized the tournament as a fitting tribute to Jeev Milkha Singh, affirming its growing stature among India’s professional golfers and enthusiasts. The event’s home at the Chandigarh Golf Club has a legacy of nurturing top Indian professionals, contributing significantly to the country’s golfing heritage.


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