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Team to look out for

Zanzeer Singh
Wednesday, March 26, 2014

COASTAL Rentals/SMSP will be the team to beat at the inaugural Business House Golf Challenge at the Natadola Bay championship course this Saturday.

The side will be captained by Biren Kumar who will pair with Rajesh Prasad in the two person Ambrose event.

Geckos with Wella Pillay and Farook Daud will pose a threat to the frontrunners.

Natadola Bay championship course operations manager Amitesh Chandra said lucrative prizes would be at stake.

Chandra said the winning team would receive a trophy which they would defend next year.

"The business house golf challenge is a fun event and will be played in the two person ambrose format," he said.

"We have many good sponsors like Oakley South Pacific, Affinity Golf, Srixon Cleveland, Acushnet Golf and Peter Wright Golf Agency.

"There are a lot of attractive prizes for the one day event and the winner would receive a trophy which they can keep for a year and then defend it in 2015.

"We plan to make this an annual event and the response so far has been very encouraging."

A total of 22 teams have confirmed participation. The entries close today.

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