JAMES Krishna shot a two-under par 67 to take out the overall gross of the Process Valves and Control Limited-sponsored event at the golf link in Lautoka over the weekend.
The ANZ prime banker and Lautoka Golf Club captain was at his best beating his New Zealand, Australian and local competitors who were part of the event.
Young Shavneel Prasad of Nadi won the overall net on 61.
Lautoka Golf Club trustee Raymond Singh won the A grade. Fiji rep Amitesh Chand settled for second spot on 68 and Vimlesh Murti (70) finished third.
Gaffar Ali won the B grade on 68 edging Abdul Jalal (69) and former boxing champion Zaimal Azad (70). Azad now resides in Canada.
Sigatoka Motor Spares director Subash Chand grabbed the C grade title on 72 with Ben Azad from Canada second on 73 with Marshall Pillay of Ba finishing at third position on 74.
Melbourne Airport Golf Club president Ravin Narayan won the visitors category on 74 and young Shamal Ram won the juniors category.
Vinesh Murthi and Surend Pillay recorded the nearest to pin prize with Nadi schoolteacher Nilesh Chand hitting the longest drive.
Singh said the participants enjoyed their time at the golf link.
He thanked the sponsors and Ravin Narayan who also provided cash incentives for the young golfers.
The former Ba resident, now president of the Melbourne Airport Golf Club is here with a contingent of 40 friends/family members to cheer for Ba with upcoming IDC and at the same time promote golf in Ba.