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New date for Nadi weekly golf

Zanzeer Singh
Sunday, January 19, 2014

AN 18 holes stroke tournament will be held at the Nadi Airport Golf Club today.

The executives of the Nadi Airport Golf Club decided to set a new date for the weekly competition because most of its members were committed to tournaments at the Denarau Golf and Racquet Club and the Natadola Bay Championship Club every Saturday.

Nadi Airport Golf Club president Chandra Segran Pillay said they decided to shift the Saturday competition to Sunday to cater for more golfers.

He said they expected a bigger turnout today.

"We are requesting the members to support the club," he said.

"The annual general meeting will be held on February 2."

The AGM was postponed last week because the financial accounts were unavailable.

This was the second postponement of the meeting.








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