6.2 C
London
Thursday, January 27, 2022

GCB Bank Classic Golf Rock Bok Nam Kim

Lamptey (7th L) poses with the winners from the various categories   

A classic display of golfing rocked the GCB Bank Classic Golf competition at the Bok Nam Kim Golf Club, Burma Camp, on Saturday.

And after a fierce 18-hole swings among 84 male golfers and 23 ladies, a 66 net score handed Eric Ofosuhene the top most prize, beating Donald Obilor on count back in the men’s category A event.
Young Rickie Hurtubise, 15, finished in third place with 67 net, losing the second position by just a stroke, and recording the lowest score of the day (74).
It was Nash Ahene Antwi, who finished tops in the men’s category B with a 60 net score, while Paul Edwards and name sake Paul Dwimoh followed in that order with 60 and 62 nets respectively.

The ladies category saw Awura Abena Asante beating 22 competitors to emerge tops, with Hajia Zenabu Akoto (62) and Centre of the Earth Club ladies captain Mrs. Helen Appah (63) following.
Floria Hurtubise grabbed the ladies longest drive prize, with GCB Bank’s Nana Egyir picking up the male version.
Deputy Managing Director, Operations at GCB Bank, Mr. Emmanuel Lamptey described the competition as an epoch making one taking into account the unprecedented 107 participants it attracted.
He told the media his outfit’s quest to support sports and their clients banking needs from all fronts informed their decision to sponsor the competition.
He said the bank is sponsoring a similar event at the Royal Golf Club, Kumasi, this weekend as well as thrown a huge financial support behind the maiden First Ladies Cup competition slated for Accra this week.

From The Sports Desk

- Advertisement -

 

 

Latest news
Related news