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Golf: Price to contest in the Fiji International

By EMONI NARAWA
Monday, July 07, 2014

Update: 12:22PM FORMER world number one Nick Price is coming to Fiji in August to contest in the inaugural Fiji International.

This is confirmed during a press conference this morning in Suva. 

Price will add his star power to the field which already includes national hero Vijay Singh. 

The Zimbabwean will tee it up at the Natadola Bay Championship Golf Course from August 14-17.

Price is revered around the world for his golfing achievements which includes winning two PGA Championships (1992 and 1994), The Open Championship (1994), being ranked the World Number 1 position for 44 weeks and being inducted into the World Golf Hall of Fame.

The Fiji International will be played at Natadola Bay Championship Golf Course from 14-17 August and will be Fijis first internationally broadcast golf tournament.





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