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BT Golf: Corporate Golf Tournament

BT Golf: Corporate Golf Tournament

Introducing BT Golf 2022-2023

Business Today Golf is back. Bringing together the movers and shakers from business and industry for a day of fun in the sun at some of India’s best golf courses in five major metropolises from December to March. Revive old contacts, create fresh ones and make new friends over a relaxing round of golf.

BT Golf tees off at the picturesque Classic Golf and Country Club in Gurgaon. The New Year sees action pick up at the Poona Club Golf Course in Pune, followed by the event at Hyderabad Golf Association's course right under the ramparts of Golconda Fort.

Bangalore will also be the host city for BT Golf's event on the pristine fairways of Prestige Golfshire that unfold under the Nandi Hills before winding down with the final leg in the heart of hectic Mumbai.

Business Today Golf Schedule

Five cities, five competitive events for corporate and showbiz high-flyers.

  • Classic Golf & Country Club

    Coming Soon

  • Registration & Breakfast
  • Tee Off
  • Prize Distribution over Lunch
  • Prestige Golfshire Club

    Coming Soon

  • Registration & Breakfast
  • Tee Off
  • Prize Distribution over Lunch
  • Hyderabad Golf Association Course

    Coming Soon

  • Registration & Breakfast
  • Tee Off
  • Prize Distribution over Lunch
  • Poona Club Golf Course

    Coming Soon

  • Registration & Breakfast
  • Tee Off
  • Prize Distribution over Lunch
  • Willingdon Sports Club

    Coming Soon

  • Registration & Breakfast
  • Tee Off
  • Prize Distribution Over Lunch

Articles

A comprehensive wrap of news and views from around the world of golf

Indian amateur golfers falter at international meets, for a reason

At the men’s event in mid-October at Chonburi outside Bangkok, Australia’s Harrison Crowe prevailed over China’s Bo Jin in a titanic battle on the final day...

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India’s PGA Tour Lone Ranger still has plenty of pizzazz as he nears 50

Arjun Atwal may be nearing 50, but still retains plenty of the fire that made him the only Indian to have won on the prestigious PGA Tour...

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Business Today Golf: A pioneering effort

At its very heart, golf is a demanding pastime. No matter what level it is played at. Whether on foot or by a cart, playing an 18-hole event is a test of physicality and fitness...

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Greg Norman, WGT, and LIV Golf: An on-going journey

The new series is also rather cleverly-named incorporating the Roman numerals for 54 (LIV), which also describes the duration each tournament runs for...

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Golf posed for high growth as a pastime across India

Today, courses are struggling to cope with the rush of walk-in (pay-and-play) golfers, and demands for new memberships. Almost every club has seen numbers...

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International roundup: Powerful USA maintain dominance in Presidents Cup

The Internationals' best showing in 14 editions of the Presidents Cup came at Melbourne in 1998 when Peter Thomson's team got the better of the Jack Nicklaus-led USA...

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Domestic Golf roundup: Return of Women's Indian Open puts seal on revival

Both domestic tours - the Professional Golf Tour of India and the Women's Professional Golf Tour - are back in full swing and offering bigger prize purses...

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Videos

Golf Unplugged - Winner Clircle, Life Lessons, 19th Hole Tales and much more…