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Unique Corporate Golf Rankings initiative launched in Delhi

ANI  |  New Delhi [India] 

In a first of its kind concept in the corporate segment that aims to ensure a more effective between and sport, an initiative called "Corporate Rankings" (CGR) was launched here today.

Speaking on the occasion, Suneal Mangal, who is the brains behind this unique project developed and fine-tuned over a period of two decades, said, "has embarked upon a plan to create a worldwide network of corporate golfers to facilitate networking, recognition and celebration of the premium and affluent segment that constitutes the golfing community."

He added that the initiative also lends itself to up-selling opportunities for luxury brands, high and content for

Mangal said that he had roped in IMG to conduct a preliminary survey and or study, and it had been decided that a base for this initiative would first be made in India, and then, depending on its success, would be taken across the world to 18 countries.

This network will have 11000 members by invitation only, reaching out to 200 clubs and more than 300 corporate houses, he said.

Mr. (Housing), Mr. (DLF) and Mr. (Hughes Network Systems) were inducted as the first active members of today.

The event also saw the launch of, a for corporates that factors in a person's designation, percentage increase in company's net worth, market capitalisation and performance in Golf tournaments.

Kushagr of said "A true in the real sense is a person who not only plays good golf but also runs and manages his company well. There is a great sense of satisfaction in promoting these aspects that generally do not get promoted."

Each member will get Callaway discount vouchers multiple times throughout the year along with Callaway special vouchers.

The top 60 corporate golfers from the 30 categories who qualify for the grand finale to be held in in April this year, will get a bag, special discount vouchers from Callaway (valid for a year).

The top three finishers in the grand finale will receive prizes from a theme of 'what money can't buy'.

"Golf has long been the game of corporate and people. This isn't about being elitist, it's about creating a membership that shares common values and interests, and at the same time provide an engaging golfing and networking platform for all stakeholders - members and sponsors alike. We are excited to partner with CGR on this innovative initiative which helps us reaching our customers directly," said Prashant Singh, General Manager,

Representatives of the and the Golf Club, who were also present, said that they were excited and thrilled to be partners in this unique Auditing-cum professional service company has committed to be a part of the project for three years.

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First Published: Tue, January 09 2018. 20:10 IST