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Captain's Profile

The Royal Golf Club is delighted to announce the selection of Sanjay Lal as the 2018 Gent’s Club Captain and Caroline T'Kint de Roodenbeke as the Lady Club Captain.


Sanjay grew up in Jaipur and Delhi, India. He holds an MBA in Finance from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, USA, and has worked at senior management positions in the real estate investment banking sector for over 25 year in the USA, UAE, and Bahrain. His wife and he have been residents of Bahrain for the past 15 years. Both their daughters grew up in Bahrain, and have since finished university in the UK.
Sanjay has been a member of the Royal Golf Club since it opened over 10 years ago, and can be found hacking away on the course most weekends when in town. The highlight of his golfing experience thus far was getting a hole in one at the 7th hole of the RGC in 2017.
In his capacity as Men's Captain, 2018,  Sanjay wishes to work with RGC management, Women's Captain, Vice Captains, members and sponsors to:

  1. Facilitate and improve members experience at RGC both on and off the course, and to make it a more "social" experience
  2. Be a conduit of communication between members and Club management
  3. Work with the Club management to increase interaction with other Golf Clubs in the region including inter Club tournaments with other GCC clubs
  4. Arrange golfing holidays for members in the region and farther afield
  5. Try to help the Club in increasing membership
  6. Work with the Club management to introduce more Club tournaments, and more fun golf centric events.
  7. To increase awareness amongst players to respect the course, fellow members and the Rules of Golf.

Caroline was born in Brussels, Belgium where she obtained a Marketing Degree.
She has been in Bahrain for four years with her husband and two children.
 
Caroline started golf at the Royal Bercuit Golf Club in Belgium.
 
As a Ladies Captain, she wishes to work closely with RGC management, members, Men’s Captain and Vice Captain.
 
“Golf being a matter of humility, modesty, concentration, of technique and frustrations…better to practice it in good humor “