Trisha Sunil Wins International School Golf Tournament

The girl who wants to be the best woman golfer in the country, was on cloud nine, after she managed to win this tourney

Published: 21st December 2015 06:00 AM  |   Last Updated: 19th December 2015 05:33 AM   |  A+A-


Canadian International School, Bangalore, hosted its 3rd Annual Inter School Golf tournament at Prestige Golfshire in the city.

The tournament was divided into four categories between ages of 6 and 18 year and saw participation from 91 competitors from 13 schools.

Trisha Sunil of Jain University from Category A, between age bracket of 15 and 18 years, emerged as the overall winner of the tournament with a score of 76.

Pranavi S from National Public School Mysore, Ahaan N Bajaj from Vidya Shilp Academy and Veer Ganapthy from Inventure Academy were declared as winners from Category B, 12 to 14 years, Category C, 9 to 11 years and Category D, 6 to 8 years, respectively.

“A great day for golf! Blue skies and a cool breeze. The 3rd Annual Canadian International School Inter-school Golf Tournament was another terrific event showcasing superior student athletes from the greater Bangalore area! 91 competitors took part and made themselves proud!”  said Shane Kells, Head of School, Canadian International School, Bangalore.

Speaking on the occasion, the winner Trisha Sunil said, “It’s a proud moment for me and my university to win this tournament and compete with some great golfers. I’m very thankful to Canadian International School to give me this opportunity; it’s a real feather to my cap," she said. "Being a national-level champion and playing for the prestigious Louis Philippe Cup, I aim at being the best woman golfer of this country,” she added, with conviction.


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