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Big number for Suva Open golf tourney

Pravin Narain
Monday, October 30, 2017

ORGANISERS of the 2017 RC Manubhai and Company Ltd sponsored Suva Open golf tournament are happy with the big number of golfers who are competing in the competition this weekend.

The tournament started at the Fiji Golf Club in Vatuwaqa on Saturday with 97 golfers taking the course.

Chairperson of the organising committee and tournament director Ofa Tabunakawai said the golfers had a good time.

"The competition has started well despite the weather," she said.

"We are fortunate to have a big number of golfers who turned up for the tournament."

Tabunakawai also highlighted the importance of developing the young and junior golfers who are the future golfers of tomorrow who would represent Fiji overseas.

"I am looking at the junior golfers Niko Reece and Isei Waqa who are taking part in the tournament," she added.

"The whole tournament is good for them as we got girls too who are competing in the tournament."

The tournament ended yestertoday.








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