The Mysore region is an unofficial region that is part of Karnataka state in southern India. It forms approximately the southern half of the non-coastal areas of that state. The area corresponds almost exactly to that of the erstwhile princely state of Mysore. Almost all of that principality, with the exception of a few areas that now lie in neighbouring states, is comprehended by this term.
The region lies on the Deccan plateau, east of the hilly Malenadu region, which includes the eastern foothills of the Western Ghats range. It consists of gently rolling plains, punctuated by several of the large rivers that rise in the Western Ghats and flow eastward to empty into the Bay of Bengal.
“I’m there to play golf.” ... Keep in mind, Lahiri grew up in Bangalore, which he once said had four golf courses and 9 million people. He learned the game because his father was a doctor in the Army, which owned most of the golf courses. “We do have some good golf courses in India, don’t get me wrong,” Lahiri said ... More AP golf.
Located at the IBM offices at EmbassyGolfLinks in Bangalore, the centre would provide training on cybersecurity response techniques through realistic simulated cyberattacks and a security operations centre will provide round-the-clock response services to tech giants around the world.
Twitter/OlympicGolf) ... Aditi Ashok has captured the eyes of many with her memorable fourth finish at the Tokyo Olympics including the members of the Bangalore Golf Club where she played golf for the very first time at the age of six ... She played here for the first time at age of 6," Sanjay, Captain of Bangalore Golf Club, told ANI.
... Ko, showed the nation and the world what a precocious talent she has been since she first picked up a golf club as a five-year-old at the BangaloreGolf Club (BGC) ... David D’Souza, a member of the Bangalore Golf Club, said he often tells kids to study Aditi if they want to improve.
Aditi Ashok is an Indian golfer with a current world ranking of 200, yet she is third on the leaderboard in the Women's golf tournament at the Tokyo Olympics, right behind world number 1 Nelly Korda and MoneInami... Aditi Ashok started playing golf at the age of five in Bangalore, no one in her family used to play golf.
That means the 23-year-old from Bangalore will give India its third silver medal of these Games... “I think one more day of golf and a lot happens on the final day ... Aditi’s mother Maheswari is caddying in Saitama, where golf is being played ... “I think nobody really follows golf as much.