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Hero Indian Open Fever In February

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Posted by Admin 09 Nov 2021

Written by: Manvi Singh

 

Hero Indian Open announced its European Tour Calendar alignment fixating on a February play for 24th-27th. 

 

 

While the location of the game is yet to be determined, it is likely to be held at DLF Golf & Country Club just like in previous years. The 56th edition of the longest-running annual international event in any sport in India saw a two-year absence (2020 and 2021)  due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

 

The actual accessibility will depend on the then COVID regulations and travel restrictions of the location devised for the game. 

 

This is the 15th consecutive year that Hero MotoCorp – the world’s largest manufacturer of motorcycles and scooters, and one of the biggest corporate promoters of multi-disciplinary sports around the world, is supporting the tournament.

 

The event promoted by Indian Golf Union (IGU) was first played in 1964 and the last Indian to win it was SSP Chawrasia who scored wins in 2016 & 2017.

 

Keith Pelley, European Tour Chief Executive said, “We are delighted to welcome the Hero Indian Open back to the European Tour in 2022 and thank everyone involved in staging the 56th edition of this historic tournament. As ever, I must mention Hero MotoCorp and Dr Pawan Munjal for their unwavering support of this event, particularly during these difficult times. Dr Munjal’s vision and commitment to our sport through a variety of unique initiatives are second to none, and we look forward to working together on India’s national open once again. We must also acknowledge the owners of this great event, the Indian Golf Union (IGU), for their hard work in continuing to grow the game of golf in India.”

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