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Urga wins Fiji Golf Club event

Rashneel Kumar
Tuesday, May 06, 2014

ROY Urga won the weekly tournament at the Fiji Golf Club course in Vatuwaqa on Saturday.

Urga won the A-grade prize in the Touch Wood Investments-sponsored tournament on countback from Manjoor Begg after both scored 41 points each.

Adish Naidu won on countback from William Naisara to settle on third with 40 points.

In the B-grade competition, Moses Fong (40 points) took home the top prize followed by Vijay Madhavan (38) and Frank Chan (37).

Jun Bong Lee claimed the C-grade prize on 48 while Father Etueni managed the second place finish on 40 points and Falo Keil third on 37.

The ladies division one prize went to Rose Sue on 35 points while Ji Sook Kim won division two on 40 points.

The nearest-to-the-pin prizes were won by Nigel Goundan, Begg, Dawi Jee and Viliame Naupoto on the second, fifth, twelfth and thirteenth holes, respectively.

Goundan also scored an eagle on hole 13.

Meanwhile, Tomasi Tuivuna scooped the professional prize after scoring an impressive five under par 67.


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