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Oh dominates golf competition

Arin Kumar
Friday, July 11, 2014

GYE Oh made it back to back victories in the Ladies competition at the Fiji Golf Club course on Tuesday.

Last week, she won the stableford event at the greens in Vatuwaqa and on Tuesday she won the Shirely Hilliam Putting Trophy.

Oh has been in fine form after winning the Fiji Ladies Open title last month.

Competition official Connie Kwon said they had a good turnout at the Digicel-sponsored event.

"There were 23 members who played today's (Tuesday's) stroke event and count putts," she said.

"And the winners for the least count putts on second was Sylvia Joe and on first was Gye Oh who also won this year's Shirley Hilliam Putting Trophy."

Young golfer Ufemia Naisara claimed top spot in the first division while Oh finished second and Selai Prigeon was third.

In division two, Ofa Tabuanakawai was first, M.P Park was second and Mua Rawlinson was third.

Yoku took out division three while M.J Park and Lillian Allen were second and third respectively.

Oh and Sarita Goundar were the top prize getters for the nearest to the pin.





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