The 23rd Grover Vineyards Inter- Club Golf Championship will be held at the scenic United Services Club here on February 9 and 10.
The two-day event will bring together players from four well-known golf clubs -- United Services (US), Bombay Presidency Golf Club (BPGC), Willingdon Sports Club and Poona Club, the organisers told reporters here on Thursday.
BPGC are the defending champions and they would be keen to retain the title.
The Poona Golf Club have a strong team with some of the top amateurs in the country part of their mix.
Rohan Dholepatil, will be playing off a +2 handicap, the lowest seen in the tournament's history.
Also, top juniors like Aarya Gadekar, Vaishnaivi Naik and Pranav Mardikar are part of their team, led by Swastik Sirsikar.
BPGC team comprises young golfers like Ahaan Nath, Virjeet Sandhu, Harsimran Sodhi, Tanmay Krishna and also experienced players in form of Amit Nigam, Ajay Patel, Parth Sanghrajka and Arjun Singh.
They are led by Kuldeep Sandhu.
Kapil Grover, chairman of Grover Zampa Vineyards, which is conducting the tournament, said this year the format will be 6 foursomes and 6 fourballs on the first day and 9 singles and 6 fourballs on the second day.
The organisers claimed that the revised format allows more points for the second day and will keep all teams in the fray.
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