TWO spectacular records in Limca Book – 2020-22 edition that showcases his –
a) Most consecutive Gold Medals in Special Needs category in golf
b) Most Gold Medals won in National and International tournaments including World Games-2015 and Asia Pacific Tournament in Macau, by a Special Needs Golfer from India.
Ranveer Singh Saini won yet another Gold medal in his division, at the invitational Asia Pacific Golf Masters Tournament 2019 held in Macau on April 26, 2019.
Team India Ranveer Singh Saini & Monica Jajoo did the country proud by winning the SILVER MEDAL IN GOLF at the WORLD GAMES 2019 held in Abu Dhabi.
This is their second consecutive medal in the last Two World Games. 🇮🇳🙏
Ranveer won 2nd position in the 8th Greens to Glory Junior Golf Tournament held at JP Greens
The Highest Sports Award of the State(Haryana), the BHIM AWARD, has been conferred to Ranveer Singh Saini by the Hon’ble Governor of Haryana on Feb 19, 2017.
Sports Illustrated India felicitated Ranveer Saini with Sportsperson of the year 2015 for his stellar performance at the LA World Games 2015
Ranveer Singh Saini has been conferred the PEOPLE OF THE YEAR award by Limca Book of Records. He received the award from Mr Narayan Murthy, Chairman Infosys. This is Ranveer’s hat trick entry into the Limca Book third year in a row
Ranveer has featured for the third time in a row in the Limca Book Of Records – 2016. He also features in 15 special People Of The Year Awards 2016 by Limca Book of Records.
14 year old, Ranveer Singh Saini , along with his Unified partner- Monica Jajoo, created history for our country by standing first on the victory stand to get a gold medal in Golf at the World Special
Ranveer Saini participated in the 4th edition of the Special olympics golf masters 2015, Macau held from 20-25 April 2015 hosted 25 teams from 17 countries. Ranveer held an overall 3rd position in Lev
Ranveer Saini retains his title of India\’s defending champion for the second time in a row by bagging a gold medal and the champion trophy defeating 19 countries and over 100 participants at Special