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Golfers to battle

Emoni Narawa
Friday, May 30, 2014

TOP players at the Lautoka Golf Club are preparing for the DHL Global Forwarding-sponsored 18 hole monthly medal stroke at the golf course tomorrow.

Suren Pillay, the LGC vice-captain had confirmed the participation of top players at the event which tees off at 12.30pm.

After the recent Western Open championship last week, all members were geared up for this event.

Former champions, Prem Chand, Asish Kumar are eager to reclaim the title they had once won.

James Krishna and LGC consistent golfers Gaffar Ali, Abdul Khan and Abdul Jalal will provide the mouth-watering competition to hype the day.

"The course is in top condition and excellent scores will definitely be the order of the day and everyone is looking forward to it," Pillay said.

"Prizes will be up for grabs in the A, B, C, juniors and beginners category."

He said the club would also promote junior golf and for newcomers there, would be a beginners competition as well.

Pillay thanked Mahend Singh, the country manager for DHL Global Forwarding for sponsoring the event.





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