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Golf showdown

Maciu Malo
Thursday, April 24, 2014

TOP golfers in the West will battle head-to-head in this weekend's Western Solar System-sponsored Western Open event to be held at the FSC Ba Golf Club greens.

High profile golfers such as Amitesh Chandra, Rohit Chandra, Rajesh Patel and Vishwa Nadan are some of the familiar faces to compete at the tournament.

Tournament organiser Rajesh Prasad said the tournament was expected to attract top golfers from Sigatoka to Rakiraki.

He said it would be interesting to witness top golfers from various clubs in the West battle against one another.

"Many lucrative prizes will be on offer for participants.

"The tournament will also attract new golfers as we are targeting to introduce new golfers this season."

Prasad also thanked its sponsor for funding the tournament.

The tee off is at 9am Sunday and starters will be Sunil Sharma, Ravinesh, cards: Master Asish Chand and Shakti Singh.

The match committee is Pradeep Chandra, Vishwa Nadan and Rajesh Prasad.








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