Usha International, one of India’s leading household consumer durables brand, has been associated with the Junior Training Programme (JTP) of the Delhi Golf Club since 2006 with the aim of introducing golf to youngsters between the age groups of eight and 17 years and discovering and nurturing talented juniors. This year’s JTP is slated between May 14-June 23, 2017.
The first camp of the Usha Junior Training Programme for Golf 2018 concluded todayat Delhi Golf Club with Vivaan Agarwal, Armin Paul Singh, Devansh Khandelwal, Keya K. Badugu, Vedant Jain, Netra Suri and Shravan Kadyan Taking away the maximum number of prizes across categories like Putting, Chipping, Pitching, Bunker, Long Drive and Playing competitions. 50 talented youngsters in the first camp were trained under the guidance of renowned golf coach Mr. Vikram Sethi.
The 32nd edition of the Usa Junior Training Programme is divided into four camps (each of 10 day duration) starting May 14, May 24, June 3and June 13, respectively. Under the guidance of well-known Category-A coaches,Vikram Sethi,Nonita Lall Qureshi and Jasjit Singh, every participating kid will be trained on different aspects of the game. The kids are segregated by their level of ability – Beginners, Intermediate, and Advanced. A daily session of two-hours covers different aspects of the game – Long Drive, Putting, Chipping, Bunker, and Pitching, as well as the basic rules and etiquettes of the game. Each camp concludes with a prize distribution ceremony where participants are awarded according to age and ability across all disciplines.
Usha International has been continuously supporting numerous sporting initiatives in the country like Ultimate Flying Disc, IPL, Football, Marathon, Ladies Amateur and Junior Golf, Cricket for the Deaf, and Sports Championships for the Blind.
The company believes in promoting a healthy and active lifestyle and many of its new age appliances including the Cold Press Juicer, OTG, InfinitiCook Halogen Oven, On the Go Blenders are an extension of this philosophy.