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The TATA Steel Tour Championship will be hosted by TATA Steel Group and PGTI in 2021.

The TATA Steel Tour Championship will be hosted by TATA Steel Group and PGTI in 2021.

Key sentence:

  • The TATA Steel Group and PGTI will have the TATA Steel Tour Championship at the Beldih and Golmuri greens from Dec 16 to Dec 19.
  • Double cross European Tour victor and previous Asia No. 1 Shubhankar Sharma gets back to play in Jamshedpur following five years. 

The TATA Steel Group and PGTI will have the TATA Steel Tour Championship at the Beldih and Golmuri greens from December 16 to December 19. The occasion offers an attractive prize satchel of ₹1.5 crores and will highlight a tip-top field of 74 experts.

The title is the season-finishing occasion of the 2020-2021 PGTI schedule. The competition is a 72-opening stroke-play title, and there will be no cut applied. There is ensured prize cash for all members. The Pro-Am occasion going before the competition will be played on Tuesday.

As indicated by the organization of the occasion for every one of the four rounds, a large portion of the field will play their initial nine holes at Golmuri and second nine at Beldih. In contrast, the other half will play their initial nine at Golmuri and second nine at Beldih.

From cycle two onwards, the main/front portion of the leaderboard (driving gatherings according to the scores) will play their initial nine holes at Golmuri and the second nine at Beldih. The prize show function on Sunday will be at Beldih.

TATA Steel Group and PGTI to host TATA Steel Tour Championship 2021

The competition will highlight the absolute greatest names in Indian golf like reigning champ Gaganjeet Bhullar (10 worldwide successes), Jyoti Randhawa (9 global successes), Olympian SSP Chawrasia (6 global successes), Shubhankar Sharma (2 global successes), and Olympian Udayan Mane (2019 hero).

The field will likewise include the best 60 from the PGTI Order of Merit, with the unmistakable names being PGTI Order of Merit pioneer Karandeep Kochhar, Rashid Khan, Khalin Joshi, Viraj Madappa, Chikkarangappa S, Yuvraj Singh Sandhu, Aman Raj, Veer Ahlawat, and Manu Gandas, to give some examples.

Double cross European Tour victor and previous Asia No. 1 Shubhankar Sharma gets back to play in Jamshedpur following five years. Shubhankar, a European Tour customary, last played in Jamshedpur at the fifteenth TATA Open 2016, which he proceeded to win. 

Sharma will likewise be playing a PGTI occasion interestingly since February 2020. The competition will conclude the PGTI Order of Merit champion for the 2020-2021 season.

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