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Top golfers set to lock horns

Maciu Malo
Wednesday, April 16, 2014

TOP golfers will go head-to-head in the Reddy Dimond-sponsored TISI Sangam golf open tournament at the Natadola Bay championship golf course on Easter Sunday coinciding with the 2014 TISI Sangam convention in Sigatoka.

Big names such as Anuresh Chandra, Roneel Prakash and Abid Hussian will lock horns to determine this year's meet champion.

Tournament organiser Wella Pillay said they had included a lot of surprises for the participants.

"There is already a lot of hype and interest from top golfers and we are expecting to receive more entries before the tournament starts," he said. "Golfers and supporters from all walks of life and ethnic backgrounds are welcome to participate.

"The event winner will be based on the best nett score for the day."

Pillay also thanked the Reddy Dimond Group for sponsoring the event.

The entry fee is $160 for non-members of Natadola Bay Golf Course while entry for members is $90.

Participants will also be treated to a barbecue lunch.

Those interested can contact Amitesh Chandra at Natadola on 9993938 or email and Pillay on 9994701 or email

Reporting time is at 9am and tee off will be at 10am.

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