Kharghar: The City and Industrial Development Corporation (CIDCO), has Hosted a ‘CIDCO Masters Cup-2021’, on 20th February 2021 at CIDCO’s Kharghar Valley Golf Course in Navi Mumbai. Reputed tennis player Leander Paes, along with golfers associated with various golf clubs of the Mumbai and Pune region, like the Bombay Presidency Golf Club (BPGC), Willingdon Golf Club, Oxford Gulf Resort, Poona Golf Club, US Club and Golden Swan are expected to participate in the tournament.

The 9 holes golf course will be expanded to 18 holes golf course and also the plan of developing a country club with modern facilities will be unveiled. There will be live streaming of unveiling ceremony and golf tournament on CIDCO’s social media.

Dr. Sanjay Mukherjee, VC&MD, CIDCO said, “We are delighted about the first edition of the CIDCO Masters Cup 2021. With recent developments and proposed ambitious projects, Kharghar is emerging as an ideal destination for future high class residential and commercial needs. Similarly, Kharghar node is looking forward to become a sports hub in future. The event will also unveil the plan for the expansion of KVGC to full-fledged 18 holes golf course with all modern amenities to conduct commercial tournaments and stimulate international tourism,”

CIDCO envisaged the Kharghar Valley Golf Course, built on 52 hectares, as a medium that will boost the country’s tourism by serving as a venue for prestigious competitive events on national and international golfing calendar. With serene atmosphere and excellent topographical beauty, this picturesque and attractive tract of land is an ideal location for golf. It houses CIDCO’s Magnum-Opus Golf and Country Club, a 9 – hole international standard golf course of par 72 and 7,137 yards.

Cabinet Minister Eknath Shinde, Managing Director of CIDCO, Dr. Sanjay Mukherjee, Director General of Maharashtra Police Hemant Nagrale, Navi Mumbai Police Commissioner Bipin Kumar Singh, Tennis player Leander Pace, Co-Managing Director of CIDCO, Kailash Shinde and other dignitaries were present.