Bamby Randhawa - Director Golf School

Bamby Randhawa has been in the Golf business for over 30 years. He started his career as an Amateur, winning multiple tournaments, both at the Club level and on the Indian Amateur circuit.
He has represented India both nationally and on the Asian circuit. He was shortlisted for the Asian games in 1982 as well as the Eisenhower cup. Beat Walker Club player, Malcolm Lewis during his amateur tenure. He won the Sri Lanka Open as an Amateur in 1982.

Bamby turned Professional in 1983. His first notable win as a Pro, was the Sher-e-Kashmir Open in 1983 with a record 17 stroke lead. Multiple wins later, he retired due to a severe elbow injury. Moved to Srilanka for a period of two years and worked as a Foreign exchange dealer with Piggott Chapman & Co. He moved to New York and worked with the prestigious Old Westbury Golf and Country Club in Long Island for over 10 years, teaching Golf amongst other things.

Bamby moved back to India, Bangalore in 1998 and has been involved with teaching ever since. For the last five years, has been the head Pro at the Bangalore Golf Club and has been responsible for growing the Junior Program which started with 6 children in the camp. Today he runs one of the largest Junior programs in the country with over a 130 children under his tutelage, in addition to his regular students. He is a USGTF & NGAI certified teaching professional.
In addition to Golf, Bamby is an accomplished swimmer who has swum at the state level as well as multiple times Gold medallist in Athletics. He is passionate about bikes and is a crack shot, talents that he shares with his cousin, Jyoti Randhawa. Bamby is married to Shubbida and they have a 10 year old daughter Pebbles.

Narayanappa Anil

Anil started coming to The Bangalore Golf Club accompanying his boss as an eleven year old caddie. Like all his colleagues Anil also graduated from fore-caddie to caddie to player and then qualified as a Class D Teaching Professional. He has been working as a Coach at the TGS Junior Program.

George Pushparaj

Started his golfing as a ten year old at The Bangalore Golf Club where his father worked as a caddie. He has also worked as a Fore-caddie, caddie and then emerged as one of the better playing caddies at the club. He then qualified as a Class D Teaching Professional. Has been working as a Coach at the TGS Junior Program.

Jayraj Kannappa

Jayraj started his golfing at the Bangalore Golf Club when he was 11 years old. He has worked himself through being a fore-caddie, caddie player and as qualified as a National Golf Academy of India Class 'D' teaching professional. He has been involved with the TGS Junior golf Program since 2009. He has also successfully completed club fitting from Touché Golf School Four year experience in teaching professional in TGS. Before that he was worked as a teaching pro 9 years in BGC. He is a club fitter in TGS and also teaching professional.

Mohammed Arif

Started his golfing at The Bangalore Golf Club when he was nine years old. Arif has worked himself through being a Fore-Caddie, Caddie, Player and has qualified as a National Golf Academy of India Class 'D' Teaching Professional. He has been involved with The TGS Junior Golf Development Program since 2005.

Nayaz Pasha

Nayaz started his golfing out the Bangalore golf club when he was 12 years old he was worked himself through being a ball-boy , caddy player and he played 3 years national armature circuit , he qualified as a national golf academy of India class d teaching professional . He has been involved with the junior golf program since 2011.

Vikas Irudayaraj

Vikas started his golfing has a nine years old at Bangalore Golf Club. He started as a ball-boy, after he started caddy, then playing caddy, later got promoted to professional golf since 2000, He started coaching at white field Shantinikethan driving range. He is also a certified class 'D' teaching professional from the National golf academy of India. He has been working as a coach at the touché golf school.