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GCB Bank Golf Competitions League at the Royal Golf Club, Kumasi continues

GCB Bank Limited has committed to the sponsorship of golf competitions league at the Royal Golf Club, Kumasi for the second successive year. The league was well patronised by golfers at the club in its maiden year 2018 and was helpful in determining the best golfer of the year for both Men and Ladies. There are all indications that patronage of the competition will be better this year. Presenting the sponsorship cheque to a representative of the Management of the Royal Golf Club earlier today in a short ceremony, Mr. George Ackorful (Regional Manager) assured the club of GCB...

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MTN rocks Bogoso with exciting golf experience

The 2019 MTN Invitational Golf Tournament graced the remarkable Ankobra Country and Golf Club in Bogoso on Saturday April 13. Being the first time that the Invitational was visiting Bogoso, MTN, left nothing to chance as it delivered a truly exciting golf experience for the participants. When it counted most, Elijah Dennis stood tall in the Men Group A (handicap 0 – 9) after carding 40 points; one-shot ahead of his closest contender, Yaw Anarf who recorded 39 points to finish in the second spot. Forster Korang, stayed in the mix for third place finish on same 39 points...

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Coca-Cola March Monthly Medal at Celebrity Golf Club

Milind Bhagwat found his footing in the winners’ zone during the Coca-Cola March Monthly Medal. Milind, combined considerable skill and focus to win in the Men Group after returning a net score of 66 off handicap 27. Isaac Amoako-Mensah stayed in contention for a second-place finish on a net score of 70 off handicap 22 while Alex Oppong-Baffoe closed off at a net score of 71 off handicap 25 for the third spot. Meanwhile in the Ladies Group, Mariatu Bah overcame some short misses to end up in the first position on a net score of 82 off handicap...

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Torgah wins three straight event

Vincent Torgah won his third consecutive tournament at the FCT Classic on Friday by closing with a 1-over 73 and 10-under 278 for the tournament. The Ghanaian went into the final round with 11-under but could not improve his score after registering two birdies and three bogeys, his worst round of the event held at IBB International Golf and Country Club in Abuja, Nigeria. This is the first time an African Tour golfer has won three tournaments in a row. Nigerian Gift Willy shot 72 and retained solo second place with 285 for the tournament. Fellow Nigerians Mohamed Liman...

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Torgah retains FCT Classic lead after day two

In-form Torgah holds a 9-shot lead after two rounds of the FCT Classic at IBB International Golf and Country Club in Abuja, Nigeria. The Ghanaian played 3-under and added a 69 to his opening round 65 to remain on course for another victory. Nigerian Michael Ubi finished with an even par 72 moving from a tied third to a solo second place after 36 holes. Sunday Olapade scarcely improved his score following a 1-over par 73 with a 1-under par 71 and shared third place with Gift Willy who shot 71 and 73. Both of them are at course...

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