About CGA

Chandigarh Golf Association was registered in 1997 and in a short span it has grown to be a leading Golf teaching and Golf Tourism promoting organization in the country.

CGA Golf range is a unique facility for the golf fraternity. Spread over 6-acres of land, it offers sport and recreation facilities like a well-equipped Golf Academy, an All-weather flood-lit driving range, 9-hole pitch and putt course, a  Bar and Restaurant, lush green lawns, and a Range House with a well equipped Heath Club and Gym. The range nestles under the Shivalik Hills and is located next to the Sukhna Lake, offering a picturesque view of serene surroundings and a peaceful ambiance.


Promotion of Golf  in line with Olympic requirements- Chandigarh Golf Association was formed to develop golf as a sport amongst various sections of society. Since all other sports are regulated by associations so the need to take golf outside the preview of such organsiation deemed was important. Even the Indian Golf Union has now started affiliating with Golf Associations all over the country. Needless to say Chandigarh Golf Association takes credit for initiating this matter with IGU.


Promotion of Juniors & Sub Junior golf-

CGA organizes Junior and Sub Junior Golf Championships regularly to promote Golf amonst youngsters.

Organising Golf Training Camps and Tournaments-

CGA regularly holds training camps for Professional and amateur Golfers by inviting International and National Teaching professionals at CGA Golf Range. CGA also holds tournaments at regular intervals.

The Camps and Tournaments held are as under:-


A Four day golf clinic was held under the supervision of Mr. Richard Knock from Pebble Beach, California USA from 20th to 23rd February 2001 in which 34 Golfers including 7 ladies took part.

The Ten day National Golf Programme was held on 17 August 2002 to 25 August 2002 under Dr. Donato Di Ponziano Joint Chairman PGA of Europe. 29 Professional & amateur golfers from all over the country participated and were awarded with participation certificates. The Second Camp under Dr. Donato was held from 15 November 2003 to 23November 2003 and 19 golfers from all over India participated.

Talent Hunt Programme commenced on 2nd May 2006 under the supervision of Mr. Jesse Grewal The programme was for the period of two months in which 16 caddies participated. The Second  camp  commenced on 17th July 2006 for a period of 7 weeks for two days a week & the third  camp commenced on 1st may 2007 for two months. Five participants later attended the Professional Qualifying School of PGTI.

The Lalit Suri Junior Golf Camp was held from 7-17 June 2008. The Camp was organized by Professional Golfers Association of India along-with CGA. 72 Children between age group of 7 to 17 years attended  the camp conducted by Jesse Grewal Class A Teaching professional and Assisted by Mahesh Kumar Class B Teaching Professional. 

National Golf Academy of India- A teacher’s  golf proficiency Camp was held from 19th November to 25th November 2008. As many as 91 teaching professionals from various pars of the country and two teaching professionals from Pakistan and Sri Lanka also attended in the classification courses for D, D to C and C to B categories.

National Golf Coaching camp for Girls was held from 23rd to 28th March 2010. 5 Girls golfers participated.

NGAI Camps:-

National Golf Academy of India golf camps in year 2012-13:-

Class B to A 2nd    Aug – 7th Aug   -      12 Teaching professionals participated. 

Class C to B 15thAug to 21st Aug  -    10 Teaching professionals participated

Class D to C 30th Aug to 5th Sept  -    20 Teaching professionals Participated.

Class D 15th Sept to 21st Sept -   22 Teaching professionals participated

A Special training camp was held on 29th March 2011 to 5th April 2011 by Mr. David Kearney from Ireland.

Out of those who have trained here and have excelled at the national level in their respective categories and many have achieved good result. The CGA honoured the following juniors in this year:-

1.CGA Role of Honour 2010 2.Award of Excellence
1) Tarundeep Chadha A 1) Raghav Bhandari A
2) Feroz Grewal B 2) Yuvraj Sandhu B
3) Karandeep Kochhar C 3) Pukhraj Gill
4) Aadil Bedi D 4) Harsh Gangwar
5) Digraj Gill D 5) Jaiveer Sandhu C
6) Raabiya Gill G 6) Amrit Lal D
  7) Jansher Gill
  8) Adil Bir Singh
  9) Natasha Gill A Girls
  10) Tavleen Batra
  11) Jaipreet Ghuman
  12) Vrinda Aggarwal D
  13) Vasundra Thiara E
  14) Arnav Jain

Setting up NGAI for training Certification of Coaches in south Asia-.
The National Golf Academy of India is being hosted by the CGA at the CGA Golf Range. This academy is being supported by the IGU and the R&A (Royal & Ancient) Scotland. This academy has been set up to train and certify golf teaching professionals from this region. This is the only academy of its kind in Asia.

Sponsoring Golfers to play outside Chandigarh.-
Chandigarh Association provides support to talented golfers to play in the categorized tournaments of the IGU. Till now 6 Golfers have been sponsored.

Sponsoring Tournaments-
CGA sponsors Ladies and Night Golf Tournaments held at Chandigarh Golf Club.

Honouring of Golfers- The CGA has honoured Jeev Milkha Singh Padma Shree Awardee for his achievements at the CGA Golf Range by conferring upon him "Golfer of year Award 2006. CGA has honoured Juniors Aadil Bedi, Karandeep Kochhar and Jaiveer Sandhu who have done well in the national golf circuit in year 2009. CGA Honoured Mr. Abhijit Chadha, Silver Medalist in Asiad Games held in Guangzhou on 29th November 2010.



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