The Golf Industry Association (GIA) is set to host the sixth edition of the India Golf Expo (IGE), south Asia's largest golf industry trade show, at the DLF Club 5 here beginning Thursday.
The two-day event has an exhibition featuring all leading golf brands of the country, expert panels, forums, release of an industry research report as well as presentation of the annual Golf Industry report.
Among the key speakers at the Expo will be The Royal and Ancient Golf Club of St Andrews's Asia Pacific Director Dominic Wall and Ladies European Tour (LET) development director Mike Round.
Commenting on the development, acting president and patron of GIA Aakash Ohri said: "It gives me great pleasure in welcoming global leaders of the golf industry as well as all other patrons and delegates to the sixth edition of the India Golf Expo 2017. It is an event which has over the years captured the imagination of golf enthusiasts not only in the booming South Asia region, but across the Asian continent and the world."
"Through IGE we try to bring all stakeholders of the game together to ensure a spirit of healthy competition and shared vision," he added.
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