Ufone Golf Brand Ambassadors along with Ufone Executive Team at the Media Briefing for Ufone
Ufone is launching Golf Clinic for children across the country. Under this initiative, the telecom company will provide unique opportunity of training with the best and top-ranked players in the country to children.
The main ideology behind this initiative is that since Golf is a budding sport in Pakistan and the best time to start training for any sport is youth, it is important that Golf is promoted among the talented youngsters of this country.
Talking about the Golf – Kids Clinic Amir Pasha Head of PR & CSR – Ufone said, “Ufone has been supporting Golfers for a number of years. Our sponsored players include the top 4 players in the country. We are prompting these players to help prepare future Golfers in Pakistan who will get this once in a lifetime opportunity to train and play with the best.”
Two of the coaches who will be participating in the Ufone Golf – Kids Clinic are Azhar Shah Bukhari and Mohammad Nazir. Both of these players are certified USGTF (United States Golf Teachers Federation) trainers. Mohammad Nazir is currently Pakistan number 4 while Shabbir Iqbal and Matloob Ahmed have held onto the Pakistan number 1 and number 2 slots for a number of years.
Speaking at the Media Lunch of Ufone Golf – Kids Clinic Matloob Ahmed Pakistan number 2 said, “It cannot be emphasized enough that recreational activities and sports need corporate support. However Golf has never been able to grab the limelight like other sports and now with Ufone coming forward to foster future Golfers in Pakistan, I feel a new era of Golf has begun in our country.”
Since its inception, Ufone has focused on the people of Pakistan, empowering them with the most relevant yet futuristic communication modes, services and packages. Ufone Golf – Kids Clinic is yet another revolutionary programme being launched by the telecom giant which is praiseworthy for its inimitability.
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