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Team Korea reigns in ladies weekly golf

Arin Kumar
Friday, May 16, 2014

TEAM Korea won first place during the Ladies Golf Club weekly event at the Fiji Golf Club on Tuesday.

Dai Jim Kim and EH Kim represented the team and second place went to China which was represented by Mereani Naisara and Jone Naisara.

India, represented by Masi Naupoto and SH Kim finished in third place while Korea II represented by MJ Park and DS Oh finished fourth.

Connie Kwon and David Oakley teamed up to settle for fifth place under Hawaii and Africa, represented by Russell and Debi Gibson finished sixth.

Lady Captain Merelita McCarthy said 62 golfers participated in the yearly event which is sponsored by William & Gosling.

"We had a great turnout - 62 golfers that took part in this yearly event," she said.

"We had a dressed up day representing few different countries from all over the world.

"Lots of prizes for golfers to compete for on the course and prizes for best dressed country reps and golfers had to play golf with their country costumes of the day."





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