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Singh wins Ba golf title

Zanzeer Singh
Thursday, January 16, 2014

VETERAN Rajen Singh took out the overall gross title in the Vinod Patel & Company Limited-sponsored Prophet Mohammed's birthday tournament at the Ba Golf Club on Monday.

Rajen, the former Ba Open winner, scored 73 in the 18-hole stroke event.

Shakti Singh won the overall nett.

He scored 68 and also won the nearest to the pin prize.

University of the South Pacific engineering student Rohit Chandra won the A grade nett.

Sunil Sharma was second while John Ruben finished third.

Alvin Singh won the B grade nett.

Nicky Thain was second and Pradeep Chandra was third.

Sahil Singh claimed the C grade nett.

Salesh Kumar was second and Binesh Prasad was third.

Vishwa Nadan hit the longest drive.

Ba Golf Club secretary Dinesh Maharaj said more than 25 players participated in the tournament.

Maharaj said this was a positive sign.

"We are hopeful that the membership will grow with the staging of regular tournaments," he said.





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