The first tournament will be in Patna from March The tour will serve as a platform for selecting India teams for events such as the annual matchplay test against South Africa and will have spots in the national amateur circuit, said Indrajit Bhalotia, tour director. Bhalotia, 45, is still active as a player and in his 29th year on the Professional Golfers Tour of India circuit. The test against South Africa is likely to be held in Bangalore in August. Held alternately in India and South Africa, this will be the third series. All juniors above 13 are eligible for the amateur category meaning aspiring professionals can also use the tour to hone their game.
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