“Length of the tees will be beneficial as there are a lot of long par fours and par fives. If you are long enough, you can do some damage,” said Randhawa.
“I remember I putted really well in 2000 when I won there. I was hitting the ball long, so it was fun then.”
To add to his confidence Randhawa will be returning to the Classic Golf Resort for the second SAIL Open – an old stomping ground for the 37-year-old who won the first of his three Hero Honda Indian Open titles at the Classic course in 2000.
More top names in this week’s field include Gaurav Ghei of India, former Volvo Masters of Asia champion Shiv Kapur and Gaganjeet Bhullar.
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