Aimed at enhancing golfing culture in India and to encourage young talent on international platform
Allcargo Logistics, India’s leading integrated logistics player along with its global subsidiary ECU Worldwide in association with the Indo American Professional Golf Association (IAPGA) teed off IAPGA Golf Tour 2016 in U.S.A in September, 2016.
ECU Worldwide and Allcargo extended support as lead sponsors to this event with an aim to provide a platform to promising golfers who can showcase and hone their golfing skills across various cities of U.S.A.
IAPGA is an acclaimed organisation that supports golf tournament with an aim to raise funds to enable Indian professionals to participate in the US PGA Tour Qualifying School every year. The tournament enhances golfing culture in India and encourages young talent.
The tournament was housed with an impressive participation from golfers belonging to the Indian diaspora in U.S.A. The tour drew participation from 350 professional and amateur golfers. Professional golfers like Amardip Singh Malik, Abhijit Singh Chadha, Deepinder Singh Kullar and Mandeo Singh Pathania also participated. Some of the most esteemed customers of ECU Worldwide also participated and played golf at the events held in Los Angeles, Houston and New York.
Dr. Shashi Kiran Shetty, Chairman of Allcargo Logistics Limited was present at the event held at New York on 8th September, 2016 where he played and interacted with the other participants/golfers.
Commenting on the occasion, Dr. Shashi Kiran Shetty said: “I feel extremely happy to support this initiative which aims to encourage young and talented golfers to showcase their talent at international platforms. It was an unforgettable experience for me to play with these golfers and interact with them in New York. We have always created benchmarks and have believed in doing things which make a difference to the society and people’s lives. I want to extend my heartiest congratulations to IAPGA for envisioning and encouraging this emerging sport in India at an international level and making it successful.”