Sabin Sapkota, Nepalese renowned golf player is a trainer in Germany’s golf club. The 32, Sapkota who got inspired from his father and the English people who used to play golf in the Dharan Nepal, is now a trainer of golf in the Germany since thirteen years.
When was five years old he used to see English man playing gulf in the British camp in Dharan Nepal. At that time his father Ritthe Sapkota used to be a carry boy of the golf player from where his father started to learn the golf. In 1997 Ritthe Sapkota, went to Gokarna Golf Club in Kathmandu as a trainer and later went to Germany. At the moment he is a trainer in one of the Germany’s golf club.
Sabin Sapkota went to Germany as well in 2001 with the help of his father. Later in the partnership with Marko Chawo he opened golf club called Dresden elbflorenz, Bannewitz Germany. There are 850 members in his golf club.
He was the winner of, Surya Nepal Easter Golf Open in 2009 and Himalayan Bank Cup Championship on 2006.
In near future he wants to go back to Nepal to seek, train and produce new golfer and said he there is a good scope of golf in Nepal. Like him his other two brothers are golf player as well.
The modern game of gulf is originated in 15th-century in Scotland. In 2005, Golf Digest calculated that the countries with the most golf courses per capita, starting with the best endowed were: Scotland, New Zealand, Australia, Republic of Ireland, Northern Ireland, Canada, Wales, United States, Sweden and England. Tiger Woods of United States of America holds the record for most weeks in the World top 10, with 836.
Info: Sajhilo Nepali Magazine