Selection Process

To induct new talent, TGF follows a transparent and stringent process of selection. Youngsters from all over India are identified though national Talent Hunt competitions, recommendations of coaches and professionals and through Indian Golf Union (IGU) merit lists.

Prospective candidates are then screened – they are required to have demonstrated golf talent, with listings on the IGU Order of Merit being preferred. They are also evaluated by coaches on The Golf Foundation Panel. Their family income is also vetted to ensure they fulfil prerequisites of being given financial and other support.

Creating Champions

Since its inception, The Golf Foundation has been instrumental in mentoring hundreds of young golfers and in the process, creating a number of golf champions. These golfers have excelled both on Domestic and International golf circuits, winning Indian, Asian and European Tour Titles, and also World Championships. Just to name a few: Ashok Kumar, Harinder Gupta, Chikkarangappa, Rashid Khan, Honey Baisoya, Manu Gandas,Sachin Baisoya and Shubham Jaglan.

Shubham Jaglan

Shubham Jaglan Our Golfing Prodigy and Pride The son of a milkman from a small village – Israna near Panipat, Haryana, Shubham’s (born 2004) golf talent was identified at the age of 5 yrs by The Golf Foundation. He has already won over 130 tournaments in India and across the world, including being the World Champion in US based tournaments (in his age category) four times as well as winning couple of European Junior Championships.

Currently, Shubham is in college in the University of South Florida on a 100% golf scholarship, a 4.0 grade average, Dean Scholar and is a valuable part of the Southern Florida Golf Team by winning on NCAA Div 1.