Tema, Aug. 29, GNA – Ebo Anderson and Pamela
Matondo qualified to represent Ghana for the Global Enterprise Connect (GEC)
International Golf Championship scheduled for Dubai, in the United Arab
Emirates (UAE), in December, this year.
Anderson scored 38 Stable-ford points to
emerge champion in the Men’s Division while Pamela bagged 33 points to win the
Ladies category of the Ghana Division of the GEC Open Championship played at
the Celebrity Golf Course at Sakumono, near Tema on Saturday.
The competition dubbed “Road to Dubai 2016”
which attracted more than 100 golfers, saw Malebo Phage taking the second
position with 37 points while Francis Akwasi Poku took the third position with
Mona Myles-Lamptey came second in the Ladies
segment with 32 points while Catherine Boateng placed third with 31 points.
The “Longest Drive” award went to Mona
Myles-Lamptey while “The Closest to the Pin” prize was won by Yaw Tenkorang
Anderson also received a Ghȼ10,000.00 investment
policy from Bond Savings and Loans Company Limited.
The one-day 18-Hole Stable-ford competition
was co-sponsored by Bond Savings and Loans Company Limited, Raju Ghana Limited,
Holiday Inn, Surfline Ghana Limited, Express Pay Ghana, Pisen Technologies
Limited and Coca Cola Bottling Company.
Mr Mike Aggrey, President of Ghana Golf
Association commended GEC for bringing the competition into the country and was
hopeful that the winners would strive very hard to make Ghana proud by winning
Mr Ahn-Zim Wusa Manga, Marketing Officer of
Bond Savings and Loans Company Limited said his company would continue to
support the promotion and the development of the sport in the country to an
He expressed the hope that the company would
continue to provide relationship-based financial services that focus on
value-driven, innovative products and branding and exceptional co-ordination
that delivers stability that lead to sustainable long-term stakeholder value.