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Organisers want good weather

Arin Kumar
Saturday, April 26, 2014

ORGANISERS of the Fiji Golf Club monthly medal competition are praying for good weather today.

The first monthly medal event sponsored by Rup's Big Bear will be held at the Vatuwaqa Golf Course and club manager Nigel Goundan said organisers are expecting more than 120 players.

"Monthly medal events are much awaited events for club members and attract more than 120 members," he said.

"There are golfers suck as Olaf Allen Jr, VK Singh, Rizwan Mohammed, Rohit Chandra and David Oakley who will be chasing the overall gross prize.

"There are going to be attractive prizes up for grabs in all men's grades and ladies divisions.

Goundan said the club greens are in good shape as they gear up for the Fiji Open in May.

"Also, we would like to thank the management and staff of Rup's Big Bear for their support to Fiji Golf Club and golf in Fiji.

"Rup's Big Bear has been sponsoring this event for more than four years."








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