Dr. Ranjeet Mehta won the PHD Regional Golf Tournament organized by the PHD Chamber of Commerce and Industry (PHDCCI) at the Chandigarh Golf Club, Sector 6, Chandigarh.
Amidst windy conditions, Ranjeet Mehta carded a round of 3-over-75 at the par 72 golf course to emerge as the overall gross winner.
The tournament is organized annually in an endeavor to promote sports and industry networking among Chandigarh, Punjab, Haryana and Himachal Pradesh.
The tournament was attended by more than 100 amateur golfers including elite invitees- captains of the Industry, senior government officials, diplomats and several acknowledged business leaders.
Kaptan Singh Solanki, Governor of Haryana, who inaugurated the tournament, said: “I wish all the players the very best for the tournament. I also appreciate the work being done by PHD Chamber of Commerce & Industry towards not only promoting trade in the country but also contributing effectively through various initiatives of corporate social responsibility leading to inclusive growth of the nation.” He appreciated the work being done by the chamber to promote sports, skill & rural development amongst others. He also appealed to the industry members to contribute effectively towards corporate social responsibility.
Anil Khaitan, President, PHD Chamber of Commerce and Industry remarked that “PHD Chamber of Commerce & Industry is committed towards the growth of the nation by contributing effectively through various initiatives.” He also thanked the Governor for presence and interaction with the industry members.
PHD Chamber has in the recent past successfully organized similar Golf Tournaments at Royal Springs Golf Course, Srinagar Qutab Golf Course, New Delhi, Chandigarh Golf Club, Chandigarh and Rambagh Golf Club, Jaipur and Unitech Golf Course, Noida.
KS Brar (12 feet) won the closest to the pin prize while VS Pang (291 yards) won the longest drive prize. The straightest drive event was won by Jaspreet Batth while Rajiv Moudgil won the best the pro event. In the 0-12 handicap category, Moudgil claimed the pole position with 36 points and Jayatendra Singh finished second with 33 points. In 13-18 category, Shekhar Kapur (33 points) and Manvesh Singh Sidhu (32 points) won the top two positions. In the ladies category, Dimple Minocha won the top spot with 28 points and Ashu B Singh finished second with 28 points.
All winners were felicitated by PMS Banga ,Director Manohar Infrastructure.