Hero Indian Open 2023

DLF  Golf and Country Club, Gurugram

Upwards of nine past winners from the DP World (European) Tour's 2022 season are supposed to tee off on the first day 

of the season of the $2 million Hero Indian Open 2023 at the Gary Player-planned format at the DLF Golf and Nation club one week from now

Scottish wonder Robert MacIntyre will be one hoping to reclaim the Hero Indian Open Prize

last won by kinsman Stephen Gallacher in 2019 when the competition was last played.

The two Scotsmen pair and David Regulation, who was third at the Hero Open held last year in Scotland

will weapon for top distinctions at the occasion that is being arranged for the 56th time.

The rundown of 2022 victors incorporates Yannik Paul, Guido Migliozzi, MacIntyre, Kalle Samooja, Thorbjørn Olesen, Pablo Larrazabal (2), Nicolai Højgaard and Shaun Norris,

making it perhaps the most crucial field in over 10 years at the Hero Indian Open.

The home test will be driven by two-time champion Shiv Shankar Prasad Chawrasia.