thegolfinghub talks exclusively to the key players at PGTI from the Golden Greens Golf and Country Club
Turning up on the golf course with a mind that has little or no baggage can have its advantages. @khalinjoshi had won an amateur event at the Golden Greens Golf and Country Club at the start of the last decade, but that’s about it.
Since then, a lot has changed like this golf course at the foothills of the Aravallis. Khalin has bloomed as a pro with proven credentials @pgtitour and @asiantour
This week, Khalin got to sample the changed conditions at #delhincropengolf2021. His fortunes have fluctuated too, from shooting over-par to being solid from tee to green and a not-so fluent 71 in the penultimate round.
With no memories to fall back on as a pro, Khalin, four shots off the lead, knows the only way to create one is to post a win here.
Manav Jaini’s reflections on the going so far at the Golden Greens Golf and Country Club.
‘My game plan was to hit as many greens as possible and minimize mistakes as after a good start on Tuesday I didn’t want to let it away with a loose round. Though I have been playing better and feeling better about my game I have not been able to translate it into good scores so to put two good rounds on the board gives me the confidence that slowly but surely i am on the right path. I have played lot with Sachin Baisoya at the Delhi Golf Club and some of his advice on my swing has helped.”