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Ghana’s vincent Torgah holds off the field, to claim the 2019 EKO CHALLENGE CUP, at 18-under par after 72 holes of play.  The Ghanaian started the week with an opening round 3-under par (69), tied second alongside his compatriot Emos Koblarh, who also returned a 3-under par to keep them a stroke ahead of Sunday Olapade and 2 strokes behind day one leader Christopher Ambe who shot a 67 in his opening round. However, Vincent Torgah took the front seat following a 67 on day two, he went on to post another 68 in the third round, before sealing...

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Vincent Torgah extends his lead to 12-under par after 54 Holes, leaving Olapade in the hunt

Ghana’s VINCENT TORGAH extended his lead to -12 under after the third round of the EKO CHALLENGE CUP, at the Lakowe Lake’s Golf Course. The Ghanaian returned a 68 ( -4 ) under par,  his third consecutive round under course par, having carded 69 / 67 /68 from his first, second,  and third round respectively leading his closest contender Nigeria’s Sunday Olapade who is five shots behind. The Ghanaian  opened his round with a birdie on the 10th and 11th hole and maintained at par until he the 16th  where he made a bogey but covered up with a...

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Muthaiga Golf Club; the par 71 course and well known as the home of golf in Kenya during the weekend hosted Muthaiga Open. The Open was played Saturday 36 holes and Sunday 18 holes totaling 54 holes.   Simon Njogu the plus one handicapper, shot first round one-under per 70 and second round two-over par 73 and final round of four-over par 75 for a total 218 shots.  Simon of The Great Rift Valley Golf Resort beat the home player Mutahi Kibugu with six shots to claim the Title.  Muthaiga Open; the Kenya Golf Amateur Golf Championship series attracted...

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Karoki PGA wins January 2018 Monthly Mug at Ruiru Sports Club

It was another splendid golf day at the Ruiru Golf Club where a total of 78 golfers competed for the Monthly Mug. P. Karoki nicknamed “PGA”, playing off handicap 13  beat them all to emerge the overall winner with the lowest gross score of 78 and a net of 65 points. S.G Njuguna handicap 16, was the runner up scoring 66 points while third overall was Raphael Mwaura scoring 68 points. The ladies winner was Mary Muthoni playing handicap 21 scoring 72 points. The winner P. Karoki, shot 39 on both nines and had two birdies on hole 3...

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Host and Wine affair at Bogoso, as Lady Captain lavished on her birthday

The maiden Lady Captain’s prize at the Ankobra Golf and Country Club turned out “Host and Wine” as the affable Lady Captain of the club, Floria Hurtubise went on to capture the first spot in the Ladies Group A along with a lavish birthday bash for an amazing wine down experience. After recording streaks of victories from several courses in the country from previous contests, the chances of her winning at her own event was arguably high. However, with the likes of Constance Awuni; Ghana’s No. 1 lady golfer and the big hitter Litecia Amponsah-Mensah, it remained foggy how...

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