The Asia Pacific Golf Summit (APGS), the longest-running summit on the business of golf is now in its thirteenth year and this time it is scheduled at the scenic DLF Golf & Country Club from November 4-6.
India is no stranger to golf when you consider that it is home to the Royal Calcutta Golf Club which was established in 1829 and is the oldest golf club in India and the first outside Britain. This is some testimony to golf and to India.
Against this backdrop, the staging of APGS 2019 is both historic and a milestone. The Summit could not have asked for a more colourful and historic setting than India which offers a spectacular tapestry of rich and exotic culture and tradition that spans a period of more than 5,000 years.
Unlike past Summits, APGS 2019 aims to look at the future of golf through the prism of the vision and wisdom of an ancient land with the hope of drawing new inspiration to guide the industry forward into the future.
The theme for APGS 2019 will be centred around “A 5G – Mindset For Golf’s Future”. It is analogous to the mind-numbing disruptive changes that the much-awaited 5G technology is going to bring to the world. What is happening in the telco industry sets the stage on why and how the golf industry needs to adapt and cope with the hyper change that is looming!
The Summit will draw experts from all over the world and their prime focus will be to share proven best practices in the field of golf club and golf course management and like in the past, APGS 2019, will show-case leading edge know-how designed to help Asian operators to be the best that they can be!
DLF G&CC to host Asia-Pacific Golf Summit in November