Golf Digest India, Mar 12, 2019
Sanctum Celebrates Republic Day In Style
Stylishly dressed corporate leaders from across the country came together to tee off at the inaugural Sanctum Invitational Golf at the luxurious Kensville Golf & Country Club, Ahmedabad on January 26.
The one-day event commenced with a welcome address by Munish Patell (CEO, Kensville GCC), Prateek Pant (Co-founder, Sanctum Wealth Management) and Shiv Gupta (CEO, Sanctum Wealth Management). Several corporate executives and business owners were a part of the exclusive invitational, organised by Sanctum Wealth Management to celebrate the opening of their new oﬃce in Ahmedabad earlier that week. Also on display was a swanking new Ferrari GTC4LUSSO T.
The golfers proceeded to play the 18-hole course amid perfect weather conditions, besides enjoying the hospitality on oﬀer at Kensville.
ABOUT KENSVILLE GOLF AND COUNTRY CLUB
Spread across 800 acres, this beautiful, lush 18-hole golf course is a perfect setup for any tournament. It houses amenities for sports like cricket, tennis, swimming, table tennis and badminton. It also boasts a state-of-the-art clubhouse and conference centre, besides a meticulously designed golf academy. Additionally, there are 66 luxurious rooms for those who wish to stay over. Eminent personalities such as Sachin Tendulkar, Jeev Milkha Singh and Parthiv Patel own residential property in Kensville.
In the past, the golf course has played host to Gujarat Kensville Challenge, a European Challenge Tour event.
Best Gross: Pratik Patel
Net Winner: Sandip Ambalia
Runner-up Cat. A (2-16): Daksh Patel
Winner Cat A (2-16): Hardik Modi
Runner-up Cat. B (17-24): Parag Adukia
Winner Cat. B (17-24): Paras Doshi
Reliance Closest to Pin: Ajay Shukla
Mirae Straightest Drive: Kamlesh Thakur
Motilal Oswal Longest Drive: Arjun Nohwar
Motilal Oswal Closest to Pin in 2 shots: Aditya Shah
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