‘Being in Pakistan feels like home’ says Indian golfer Digvijay Singh


Digvijay Singh- an Indian golfer and 11 times Asian Tour Champion on Wednesday said that sports can be a trump card for India and Pakistan to come closer to each other.

Singh who is currently featuring in the ongoing UMA-CNS Open Asian Tour Golf Championship told ARYsports that the issues between both the countries should get solved with spreading love and peace.

“The things are not as complicated as we made them. We should try to solve it without any further violations,” he said.

Singh further praised the Karachi Golf Club management for maintaining the Golf course despite no rain in Karachi since last one year.

“I am really surprised to see the maintenance of this golf course and kudos to the management for such a brilliant job,” said Singh who sees the bright future of golf in Pakistan.

Singh also revealed an interesting story about enjoying his honeymoon in Pakistan and coined it as the best memory of his life.

“I came with my wife on the tour of Pakistan just one month after we got married and really enjoyed my time here,” he stated.

The 46-years-old golfer called Pakistan a safe land where all kinds of sporting events can take place.

“I don’t think that there is any security issue here, in fact, I feel like home in Pakistan,” he said.

Singh- a renowned Indian professional told ARYsports that he influenced to enter Pakistan through Wagah Border which was his dream.

“I parked my car just short to the Wagah Border and accomplished my dream to enter Pakistan through a historic border of both the countries,” said Singh.

It is important to mention here that overall 61 International golfers will compete alongside local golfers to bag the cash prize of US$300,000.