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Golfers face-off

Zanzeer Singh
Thursday, July 24, 2014

A big field will converge at the Natadola Bay Championship Golf Course today for the Fiji Senior Golfers Association tournament which is sponsored by Asco Motors.

Former national reps Beera Gounder, David Oakley and Bhaskaran Nair are among the top seeds.

They will face stiff competition from Nadi veteran Ram Khelawan who is a new member of the association.

Khelawan won the DHL Global Forwarding-sponsored seniors event at Natadola in May. This was his second title win in as many years.

Association president Vijay Madhavan said about 70 golfers were expected for the one-day event.

"Once you become a member, it is for life," Madhavan said.

"We are thankful to our sponsor Asco Motors for their continued support. The tournament will be interesting with the senior members from the Western Division spicing it up."

The tournament will tee off at 10am.





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