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Vatuwaqa hosts golf event

Rashneel Kumar
Saturday, January 25, 2014

FIJI Golf Club is anticipating a large participation in the 2014 BSP Life Summer Cup which starts today at the Vatuwaqa golf course.

The annual competition will run for seven weeks and will finish on March 8.

Club manager Nigel Goundon said they had been hosting the Summer Cup for more than a decade and it was among one of their prestigious competitions.

"Last year's winner was Ramesh Goundon and he is here to defend the title," Nigel said.

"This is the second year BSP Life is sponsoring this event. With the number of entries we have got till now (yesterday) it seems like it will be a bigger field than what we had last year."

Nigel said they would start with the stroke event today.

He said they would also have a stableford and other events in the Summer Cup competition.

Registration in today's event is at 11am and tee-off at 12 midday followed by a cocktail and prize giving in the evening.








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