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Father, son rule golf

Rashneel Kumar
Saturday, April 19, 2014

FATHER and son, Viliame and Masi Naupoto stood out in the Easter tournament at the Fiji Golf Club course in Vatuwaqa yesterday.

The Minister for Youth and Sports won the C-grade prize on 38 points in the Turtle Club-organised individual stableford event sponsored by the Carpenters Fiji Limited.

Son, Masi managed the B-grade competition on 38 as well followed closely by FMF's Ram Bajekal in second.

In the A-grade competition, Mark Turner scored brilliant 42 points followed by D S Oh on 36 and J J Oh on 35.

The ladies grade was won by Debbie Gibson who overcame tough competition from Gye Oh and Ana Harvey.

The nearest-to-the-pin prizes went to J B Lee and Masi on the second and twelfth holes, respectively.

"Despite the late notice, the attendance was very good and competition was a success," tournament co-ordinator Ilaisa Labaibure said.

The club will host its weekly individual stableford tournament today.








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