Photos: Delhi Golf Club to see Tiger Woods in action today

 

US golfer Tiger Woods (C) arrives at the International airport in New Delhi on February 3, 2014. Tiger Woods is making his first visit to India and will compete February 4, in an 18-hole corporate outing at the Delhi Golf Club. AFP

US golfer Tiger Woods (C) arrives at the International airport in New Delhi. Tiger Woods is making his first visit to India and will compete, in an 18-hole corporate outing at the Delhi Golf Club. AFP

 

Golfer Tiger Woods arrives at the Indira Gandhi International airport in New Delhi on Monday. PTI

Golfer Tiger Woods arrives at the Indira Gandhi International airport in New Delhi on Monday. PTI

 

US golfer Tiger Woods gets into an automobile as he leaves the International airport on his arrival in New Delhi on February 3, 2014. Tiger Woods is making his first visit to India and will compete February 4, in an 18-hole corporate outing at the Delhi Golf Club. AFP

US golfer Tiger Woods gets into car as he leaves the International airport on his arrival in New Delhi. AFP

 

Indian officials walk past a billboard featuring a silhouetted image of US golfer Tiger Woods at The Delhi Golf Club in New Delhi on February 3, 2014. One of India's leading golfers believes Tiger Woods short visit next week to Delhi will generate a long-lasting interest in golf. Woods is visiting the world's largest democratic nation for the first time to compete on February 4, in an 18-hole corporate outing on the Delhi Golf Club in the India capital. AFP

Officials walk past a billboard featuring a silhouetted image of US golfer Tiger Woods at The Delhi Golf Club in New Delhi. One of India's leading golfers believes Tiger Woods short visit next week to Delhi will generate a long-lasting interest in golf. AFP

 

Indian workers arrange signs featuring images of US golfer Tiger Woods at The Delhi Golf Club in New Delhi on February 3, 2014. One of India's leading golfers believes Tiger Woods short visit next week to Delhi will generate a long-lasting interest in golf. Woods is visiting the world's largest democratic nation for the first time to compete on February 4, in an 18-hole corporate outing on the Delhi Golf Club in the India capital. AFP

Workers arrange signs featuring images of US golfer Tiger Woods at The Delhi Golf Club in New Delhi. AFP

 

An Indian gardener works on a hedge in front of a billboard featuring images of US golfer Tiger Woods at The Delhi Golf Club in New Delhi on February 3, 2014. One of India's leading golfers believes Tiger Woods short visit next week to Delhi will generate a long-lasting interest in golf. Woods is visiting the world's largest democratic nation for the first time to compete on February 4, in an 18-hole corporate outing on the Delhi Golf Club in the India capital. AFP

Private security guards stand in front of a billboard featuring images of US golfer Tiger Woods at The Delhi Golf Club in New Delhi. AFP

 

Indian private security guards stand in front of a billboard featuring images of US golfer Tiger Woods at The Delhi Golf Club in New Delhi on February 3, 2014. One of India's leading golfers believes Tiger Woods short visit next week to Delhi will generate a long-lasting interest in golf. Woods is visiting the world's largest democratic nation for the first time to compete on February 4, in an 18-hole corporate outing on the Delhi Golf Club in the India capital. AFP

A gardener works on a hedge in front of a billboard featuring images of US golfer Tiger Woods at The Delhi Golf Club in New Delhi. AFP

 


Published Date: Feb 04, 2014 09:07 am | Updated Date: Feb 04, 2014 09:08 am

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