Game Format

Stableford
Tee off shotgun start

Game Play

Venue: Hyderabad Golf Club, Golconda
6th February 2016 (Session 1):
Reporting Time - 6:15 am
Tee off - 6:45 am
6th February 2016 (Session 2) :
Reporting Time - 12 noon
Tee off - 12:30 pm
7th February 2016 (Session 3) :
Reporting Time - 6:15 am
Tee off - 6:45 am
Game format :
Stableford; Tee off shotgun start

Prizes

Net Winner – HC 1 – 12
Net Runner – HC 1 – 12
Net Winner – HC 13 – 18
Net Winner – HC 13 – 18
Net Winner – HC 19 & above
Net Winner – HC 19 & above
Gross Winner
Ladies – Winner

Celebrity Playoff

Venue: Novotel Hyderabad Convention Centre, Hyderabad
Custom evening mini-game for celebrity supporters
Exclusive Cocktail Dinner & Prize Distribution
Sunday 7 pm @ Notovel HICC

PAST EVENTS


CCIC 2016

The 4th edition of the Cancer Crusaders Invitation Golf Cup was held at the resplendent Hyderabad Golf Club! Actress Tamannaah Bhatia was the chief guest for the Pre-tournament press meet and inaugurated the tournament while taking a shot at the sport herself.

The two day tournament witnessed the participation of about 210 passionate golfers from all over the country. The most awaited moment of the series was the Celebrity Golf Play Off and prize distribution ceremony held at the exquisite Novotel HICC.

Actress Rakul Preet Singh was the chief guest of the play off and being a golfer herself, though she could not participate in the competition, she lent a helping hand to all the established ladies on the dais namely Lakshmi Manchu (Actress), Madhu Shalini (Actress), Shilpa Reddy (Former Mrs. India and fashion designer), Sangita Reddy (Executive Director, Apollo Hospitals), Swati Lakra (IPS), Shashikala Reddy (Doctor), Christina Z Chongthu (IAS), Sapthala Reddy (Entrepreneur), Anupama Sachdeva (Fashion designer and stylist).

CCIC 2014

Cancer Crusaders Invitation Cup 2014, held at the beautiful Hyderabad Golf Club overlooking Golconda Fort, participated by 210 golfers. The players competed over the course of two days being scored by the Stableford system.

The golf tournament was inaugurated by the internationally acclaimed tennis players Sania Mirza and Bethanie Mattek-Sands.

The tournament was followed by a Celebrity Playoff cocktail dinner at Novotel Convention Centre. The famous couple Mr and Mrs Akkineni and Amala Nagarjuna showed their support to the Cancer Crusaders cause by participating in the Celebrity Playoff together with such celebrities and opinion leaders like actors Ms Samantha and Ms Madhu Shalini, fashion designer Ms Asmita Marwa, the captain of Indian Women's Cricket team Ms Mithali Raj, fitness trainer Ms Dinaz Vervatwala, the executive director of Apollo Life Ms Upasana Kamineni and Dr. P. Shashikala Reddy.

CCIC 2012

Putting the cause for raising cancer awareness above all, 162 golfers participated in the Cancer Crusaders Invitation Cup-2012 at the EMAAR MGF Boulder Hills Golf Club on March 3rd and 4th. Five clubs from Hyderabad and six players from Delhi and Bangalore have participated at the fundraiser for CURE Foundation.

The celebrity Akkineni Nagarjuna was hosted at the event which was organized for the purpose of raising awareness regarding cancer.

The foundation by then had worked with 500 underprivileged children to provide them with cancer treatment and rehabilitation.

CCIC 2010

The first edition of CCIC was launched with Bharath Ratna award winner and ace cricketer Kapil Dev as the brand ambassador. The highlight of the unique fundraiser was 'The Celebrity Golf Playoff" that took place at the 18th hole where 150 golfers participated. 'The celebrity golf playoff' itself was a custom-designed format that lasted about one hour, and was designed to entertain and give celebrities an opportunity to take a shot at the game.

Dr Vijay Anand, universally one of the top oncologists and founder of Cure Foundation said, "Through this event, we intend to raise money and spread cancer awareness in the society. Our objective is to create a consistent, annual, respectable charity golf tournament that will be well known in the golfer community."

It was a fun and fulfilling day of social service.