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Exciting golf battle looms

Rashneel Kumar
Friday, July 04, 2014

AN exciting battle is expected in the Fiji Golf Club June monthly medal event tomorrow at the Vatuwaqa golf course.

The day-long competition is sponsored by GEM Office Products.

FGC manager Nigel Goundan said they were anticipating a good number of golfers to participate in the competition.

"The event will be played in A, B, C grades and division I and II for ladies.

"There is going to be tough competition from all golfers as they all are preparing to compete in the club qualifying rounds next month and East versus West," FGC manager said.

Feizal Haniff, Jiujiua Lecanavanua and Vijay Goundar will try to maintain their form against players like Micheal Joe, David Oakley, VK Singh, Mohammed Rizwan, Roy Ugra, Shailendra Prakash and Ravinesh Goundan in the top grade.

Tough competition is also anticipated in the B and C grades.

"A big vinaka to GEM Office Products Limited for their continued support towards Fiji Golf Club and golfing in Fiji," Goundan said.

Tee-off is from 8am until 1pm. Prizes are in all grades, NTPS on all Par 3's. Entry fees $10 per player.





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