New Delhi:Top stars like Jyoti Randhawa and SSP Chowrasia will be in fray when the second edition of the Asian Tour co-sanctioned $300,000 SAIL Open golf tournament tees off March 19.
Randhawa, who was tied second in the inaugural edition last year, will spearhead the home challenge.
Last year Mark Brown hit the headlines with a stupendous victory that set him on road to bigger successes.
The field will also include Chowrasia, winner of the Indian masters last year.
Besides Randhawa and Chowrasia, some of the other leading names this year will include three-time winner on Asian Tour Gaurav Ghei, former Volvo Masters of Asia champion Shiv Kapur, Digvijay Singh and a host of other Indian stars who are regulars on the Asian Tour including Rahil Gangjee, Amandeep Johl and Gaganjeet Bhullar.
"We are delighted to have the SAIL Open 2009 being played according to schedule. Tournaments of this stature give our players an opportunity to compete against the best golfing talent in the region and play a key role in popularising the sport," said Padamjit Singh Sandhu, Director, PGTI.