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Campbell wins Natadola classic

Zanzeer Singh
Friday, June 06, 2014

ANDREW Campbell took out the professional title at the Natadola Bay Golf Classic which was played at the Natadola Bay Championship Course yesterday.

Campbell scored two over par 74. Mira Singh, Waisake Vati, Michael Wright and Blake McGrory finished in second spot after carding five over par 77.

Praneel Prasad won the A Grade nett with a score of 74. Indra Warjan was the runner-up with 75 nett.

Inoke Mudunavere won the B Grade nett. He scored 65. Kavitesh Prasad was second with 72 nett.

Hermant Kumar won the C Grade nett after a countback from John Kemp. Both golfers scored 72 nett.

Sulu Brooks won the ladies nett with a score of 81. Liz Buckley was the runner-up with 83 nett.

Abid Hussain and Hena Hen hit the longest drives.

Gecko's Trucking, Sigatoka Motor Spare Parts and Coastal Rentals sponsored the 18 holes stroke event.

Natadola Bay Championship Course operations manager Amitesh Chandra said 76 golfers participated.








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