Vodafone Hosts Golf Tournament in Panchkula


To celebrate its successful partnership with the enterprise customers, Vodafone Haryana hosted its first ever ‘Golf Swing’, a popular Golf tournament at the Panchkula Golf Course. More than 70 Vodafone Enterprise customers participated in the tournament. The 1 day event saw exemplary golfing skills and sportsmanship by the participants. Conceptualized by Vodafone India, ‘Golf Swing’ was attended by key dignitaries and its enterprise customers.

‘Golf Swing’ is one of the biggest partner engagement programmes by Vodafone and a never before golfing experience for the customers. Vodafone Haryana delighted its customers by providing them an opportunity to network and engage with their peers over the game of golf, displaying their golfing abilities with a healthy competitive spirit.

The tournament which happened in Haryana for the first time witnessed more than 70 participants battling it out for the most coveted position of the best player. Many participants described the ‘Golf Swing’ experience as one of a kind in the sporting domain and a great platform to enhance and connect with other valued customers.

Vodafone conceptualized ‘Golf Swing’s sport highly revered and enjoyed by the enterprise partners, is a highly effective tool to connect with one another and make long-lasting connections with the customers.  It is the perfect platform for them to relax and de-stress, with healthy bits of business thrown in between.

Commenting on this initiative, Mohit Narru, Business Head-Haryana, Vodafone India, said, “We are overwhelmed with the response we received for Vodafone Golf Swing. The event provided us a great platform to connect with our enterprise customers. And also gave our customers the opportunity to unplug and unwind over the game. Vodafone Golf Swing has set new standards in corporate golfing in terms of its format and unmatched hospitality. Vodafone Golf Swing is a welcome break from busy work schedules to connect with the industry peers and strengthen both business and personal relationships with them.”