Freeline hosts the first IDGA golf tournament

In April, Freeline Movers in Pakistan hosted a corporate golf tournament.  Here is the story:

In the heart of the bustling city, amidst the verdant greens of the golf course, Alamgir Shah, the managing director of Freeline Movers, orchestrated a momentous occasion on 28 April, 2024 – the 1st IDGA Golf Tournament (Islamabad Diplomatic Golfers Association). This grand event, graced by the presence of diplomats and corporate luminaries alike, showcased the spirit of camaraderie and sportsmanship.

With thirty avid golfers participating enthusiastically, the tournament unfolded into a spectacle of skill and grace. Each swing resonated with determination, as competitors vied for the coveted titles. Trophies, prizes, and medals gleamed under the blue sky, adorning the deserving winners according to their remarkable performances.

However, it was not merely the competition that enchanted the attendees. Mother Nature herself seemed to celebrate the occasion, blessing the event with a delightful coolness in the air. As the gentle rain graced the landscape, it lent an ethereal charm to the already picturesque setting, enhancing the enjoyment of the sumptuous lunch that followed.

Amidst the camaraderie and friendly competition, the day evolved into an unforgettable experience. Participants reveled in the joy of the sport and the splendid weather, fostering a sense of unity and community. Eager to relive the magic of the day, they voiced their desire for more such events in the future.

This IDGA Golf Tournament not only showcased sporting excellence but also became a testament to the power of unity and shared passion. Under the stewardship of Alamgir Shah (Managing Director of Freeline Movers), it carved a memorable chapter in the annals of sporting events, leaving participants yearning for more moments of camaraderie on the greens.

Photo: Freeline Managing Director Alamgir Shah (left) with his wife Salza Shah and Ludo Souse, a Norwegian diplomat and chief organiser of the tournament.