It’s Final Day – Vodafone Asantehene Open
It’s final day of the ongoing Vodafone Asantehene Open. Last days they say are dangerous. Expect likely huge upheaval from the results especially that of the Pros Division that may shake up the leaderboard.
Emos Korblah, also known as the Landlord, Kojo Barni, Vincent Torgah, Vincent Coffie are the major contenders going into the final round. Each of them must bring to the fore their A1 game to clinch the title at the end of the day.
In the Ladies Scratch competition, Mary Prempeh goes into the final round leading on a score of 85, one stroke ahead of Jessica Tei with 86. Bernice Esi in the third spot also with.
The favorite in this category and the winner of the Stanbic – Otumfuo invitational in the Ladies Category, Felicity Okyei-Gyeabour returned a total score of 87 for fourth place in the first round. If the incredible come-back she made during the Stanbic-Otumfuo Invitational that won her the day, is anything to go by, then she may upset the leaderboard of the Ladies Scratch. Constance Awuni follows in fifth place on a score of 88.
Juddy Gyima Bota after her round one campaign in the Ladies Handicap led with a net score of 80. Speaking to TheGolfer Online website, she maintained that her game wasn’t in the best shape possible. She played off handicap 21. Going into the final round today, Juddy hopes to turn her game around and correct her mistakes to solidify her lead if possible.
Margaret Oduro returned same net score of 80 for second place separated on countback. In the third place going into the final round today is Gizela Palmer.
From how it stands now, anything can happen. It may be anyone’s game; it all boils down to the golfer who skillfully manages his or her game and the course. He or she must totally stand ready to win in arguably the most brilliant and prestigious Open on the golfing calendar currently.