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Oceania Junior Golf Academy hosts first program

Zanzeer Singh
Sunday, February 09, 2014

SCHOOL students from Nadi and Lautoka participated in the Oceania Junior Golf Academy program at the Novotel Hotel course in Nadi yesterday.

This was the first program for the 2014 season.

Oceania Golf Academy instructor Jimmy Luita said they received overwhelming response.

Luita said the students were building up for the Inter-Primary Championship in July.

"We had students from Nadi Airport School, Namaka Public School and from institutions in Lautoka," he said.

"The programs will run every week. Initially we will work out the handicap of the participants. Then they will participate in tournaments.

"We hope to rotate the tournaments at courses in Nadi and Lautoka. This is just to give the students a chance to test their skills in different environments."

The next program will be held on February 15.

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