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|Golfers battle for Toney Auto Spares trophy on Saturday|
|Wednesday, 08 August 2012 22:14|
GOLFERS will battle in the Tony Auto Spares Medal Play tournament on Saturday at the Lusignan Golf Club starting at 12:30 hrs.
President of the Lusignan Golf Club Jerome Khan said the maintenance is ongoing to ensure that the Course is in top shape for competition this weekend following weeks of rain which has left the playing surface soggy.
The President said the LGC is extremely pleased to welcome Tony’s Auto Sales of Lyght Street, Alberttown on board as a sponsor for this year.
Approximately 40 players will be vying for top honours and attracted prizes provided by the sponsors.
Prizes will be awarded for the Best Gross, Nearest to the Pin, Best Net first, second and third places.
Among the players expected to be on show are Carlos Adams, Clifford Reis, William Walker, Chatterpaul Deo, John Tracey, Brian Hackett, Troy Cadogan, Dr Ram Singh, Mohanlall Dinnanauth, Patrick Prashad, Ronald Bulkan, Colin Ming, Maurice Solomon, Kishun Bacchus, Andre Cummings, Lakeram Ramsundar, Muntaz Haniff, Christine Sukhram, Fazil Deo, Mighty Raja, Mike Mangal, Rawle Moore, Mike Guyadin and Fazil Haniff.
Tee off is at 12:30 hrs.
Meanwhile, the date for the Guyana Open, the Club’s premier international tournament has been announced.
The two-day tournament sponsored by local beverage giants Banks DIH Limited will take place on November 3-4 and is expected to attract a large contingent of overseas golfers.
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