Jamshedpur, Dec 25: The Pro-Am event of the Tata Steel Tour Championship 2019 witnessed amateur golfers from the Tata Group and Jamshedpur play alongside some of the top professional golfers in the country including the likes of Jeev Milkha Singh, Jyoti Randhawa, SSP Chawrasia, Gaganjeet Bhullar, Rashid Khan and Chikkarangappa.
The Pro-Am event was played in the Team Stableford format with each team comprising one professional and three amateurs.
The event was won by Delhi-based professional Chiragh Kumar’s team. Chiragh’s team included amateurs Navtez Singh, Paritosh Ganapathy and Aditya Panchamiya. Their team’s total was 116.
Gurugram-based professional Digvijay Singh helped his team finish runners-up with a total of 115. Digvijay’s team included amateurs Prashant Jalan, Arrthham Jalan and Aryavir Singh.
Col. Vikramjit Singh Panag won the prize for the longest drive on hole no. 8 as his drive landed at a distance of 315 yards.
Balkar Singh won the prize for the Incredible India closest to the pin on hole no. 5. His tee shot landed within nine feet and eight inches of the hole.
G S Baweja won the prize for the closest to the pin on hole no. 17. His tee shot landed within seven feet and two inches of the hole.
Rishad Chinoy won the prize for the straightest drive on hole no. 11. His shot landed on the line marking the centre of the fairway.