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Prasad scoops top prize

Rashneel Kumar
Tuesday, April 22, 2014

SATYA Nand Prasad won the Stableford event at the Fiji Golf Club course in Vatuwaqa yesterday.

Prasad scooped the A-grade prize on countback from Sanjeshwar Ram after both were tied on 40 points each in the Kundan Singh-sponsored event.

Prasad also scored an eagle on hole 14.

In the B-grade competition, Zavir Khan finished on top with 38 points followed by Seung Han on 37 and Vijay Madhavan on 36.

Lui Naisara scored an impressive 43 points to win the C-grade prize while Govind Sami finished second on countback from B S Yoon after both scored 36 points each.

In the ladies competition, the division one prize was won by Ning Zhang Li on 43 while Hillary Pickering won division two on 40 points.

The nearest-to-the-pin prizes went to Ashok Goundar and Madhavan on the second and twelfth holes, respectively.

Tournament co-ordinator Veramu Rokotavaga said beautiful weather helped the golfers amass good points.








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