World Corporate Golf Challenge

20TH WORLD CORPORATE GOLF CHALLENGE – INDIA

“World Corporate Golf Challenge- India” is the official qualifying tournament to select the Indian corporate team for the World Final. Qualifying rounds are held in Delhi, Hyderabad, Mumbai and Bengaluru.

Corporate India made its WCGC debut in 1999 and 2018 marks its 20 years running. Indians have constantly excelled in the last decade, clinching the title in 2008 and 2015 besides recording multiple runner-up finishes (2010, 2011 and 2014).

  • Globally recognized, prestigious annual golf tournament
  • Witnesses participation of high ranking corporate officers and C-suite executives, making it the biggest corporate golfing event worldwide
  • Ideal platform for customer engagement, meeting prospective corporate clients and brand building

Rishi Narain Sports Marketing (RNSM) is the longest running, and most successful, licensee of the event.

Race For World Final Spot Heating Up:

India’s longest-running corporate golf tournament rolled on with the Delhi qualifiers of the Tata Hitachi World Corporate Golf Challenge (WCGC) at ITC Classic Golf & Country Club on February 2. Former cricketer Murali Kartik was among those vying for top honours. Action then moved to Hyderabad Golf Association on February 16. Both cities saw more than 100 golfers tee off.
Prestige Golfshire in Bengaluru will be the host of the fourth and final qualifier on March 2. The National Final will take place at the same venue the following day. One winner and one runner-up on March 3 will punch his ticket to the World Final in Portugal (July 3-7).

WORLD FINAL

  • Since its inception more than two decades ago, the World Corporate Golf Challenge (WCGC) has gone on to become the biggest annual corporate golf tournament worldwide.
  • Winners from each region compete in the World Final.
  • Held each year in Portugal, the World Final sees over 7,500 corporate executives from almost 40 Countries compete to be crowned “Champions of World Golf Challenge”

Fun fact: UK’s leading newspaper, The Times, introduced WCGC as a platform for ‘bringing the world of business together’ in a friendly and relaxed atmosphere using golf as the means.

FORMAT OF THE EVENT

18 Holes individual Modified Stableford competition

  • Maximum handicap 24.
  • 3/4th handicap will be added to Gross to reach Modified Stableford score.

Conditions of Participation

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