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Singh leads local players

Zanzeer Singh
Tuesday, August 12, 2014

WATCH for Krishna Singh at the Fiji International which starts at the Natadola Bay Championship Golf Course tomorrow.

Krishna is one of the four locals participating in the tournament.

He is the brother of former world number one Vijay Singh who will also be competing.

Krishna created history by becoming the first local to earn a ticket on the 2011 Australian Professional Golfers Association Legends Tour.

Dinesh Chand and Sam Lee are the other locals who will compete in the four-day tournament.

Meanwhile there will be free transportation for the spectators from the Maro junction to the tournament venue.

Vijay arrives in the country today after finishing tied at 36th position at the PGA Tour Championship at the Valhalla Golf Club in Louisville, Kentucky. He will hold a press conference tomorrow.

Ticket prices: Fiji Residents: Round One $5, Round Two $5, Round Three $10, Round Four $10. Children under-16 free. Others will have to pay $20 per round.

The tickets are on sale at the following outlets: Total Tavua, Total Ba, Total Lautoka, Total Navutu, Total Namaka, Total Corner Pt, Total Town end (Nadi), Total Sigatoka. Suva areas: Total Lami, Total Hibiscus, Total Flagstaff, Total Laucala, Total Makoi and Total Nausori.


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