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Golfers battle for medal

Zanzeer Singh
Saturday, July 05, 2014

THE Denarau Golf and Racquet Club in Nadi will be a hive of activity today with the staging of the Starwood Resort monthly medal tournament.

Tom Fox, Ilisoni Koroi and Ashok Gounder are the front-runners for the title in the men's division while Amy Subam and Sulu Brook are the top seed in the ladies division.

Meanwhile Ravinesh Kumar and Gounder took out the team event during the Smugglers Cove-sponsored event last week.

Adrian Sofield and Koroi were second. Trevor Fox and John Spillane finished third.

Tom won the men's individual category. Terry Watson was second. Subam won the ladies individual title while Brook finished as the runner-up.

Today's tournament will tee off at 11am.








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