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August 23, 2019 Golf Tourism No Comments Email Email

The Asian Tour is set to welcome its newest tournament when the Classic Golf and Country Club International Championship makes its debut on the Tour’s schedule from September 12-15.

The US$300,000 event is sanctioned by the Asian Tour and the Professional Golf Tour of India (PGTI) and will be staged at the Classic Golf and Country Club, the first Jack Nicklaus Design Signature Golf Course in South Asia.

The Classic Golf and Country Club International Championship is expected to feature an exciting mix of established stars alongside promising talents from the Asian Tour and PGTI.

The host venue, which comprises 27 holes, witnessed a slice of history in 2009 when Thai Chapchai Nirat recorded the world’s lowest 72-hole score with a 32-under-par to win the third of his four Asian Tour titles.

Prior to hosting its first Asian Tour event in 2009, the Classic Golf and Country Club was also home to the Indian Open in 2000 and 2001.

Over the past few years, it has staged several tournaments on the PGTI.

The Asian Tour is set to welcome its newest tournament when the Classic Golf and Country Club International Championship makes its debut on the Tour’s schedule from September 12-15.

The US$300,000 event is sanctioned by the Asian Tour and the Professional Golf Tour of India (PGTI) and will be staged at the Classic Golf and Country Club, the first Jack Nicklaus Design Signature Golf Course in South Asia.

The Classic Golf and Country Club International Championship is expected to feature an exciting mix of established stars alongside promising talents from the Asian Tour and PGTI.

The host venue, which comprises 27 holes, witnessed a slice of history in 2009 when Thai Chapchai Nirat recorded the world’s lowest 72-hole score with a 32-under-par to win the third of his four Asian Tour titles.

Prior to hosting its first Asian Tour event in 2009, the Classic Golf and Country Club was also home to the Indian Open in 2000 and 2001.

Over the past few years, it has staged several tournaments on the PGTI.

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