MTN CEO Invitational closes the year in style
MTN Ghana produced a truckload of fun and golfing excellence at the climax of the MTN CEO Invitational tournament for the year 2018 at the Tema Country Golf Club on Friday.
The Invitational has visited the Achimota, Takoradi and Celebrity golf courses as part of the 2018 campaign and concluded the year in style at the Tema Country Golf Club.
The tournament offers diverse and intriguing opportunities for business networking in an atmosphere of friendliness for their highly valued subscribers.
It’s also aimed at developing the game of golf in Ghana.
The telecommunication giant delivered dazzling trophies and high-end entertainments to golfers who participated in the year-end event in Tema.
Among other exciting details, Albert Agbo worked the course to his groove for a defining lead in the Men Group A. He finished at a net score of 66 off handicap 14.
Godwin Asem shot to a net score of 69 off handicap 2 for the second place while Samuel Tetteh delivered same net score of 69 off handicap 7 but was separated on countback for the third position.
Peter Agbo managed his game to close at a net score of 70 off handicap 3 for the fourth spot.
Meanwhile, Eric Ofosuhene similarly took charge of the Men Group B with a net score of 64 off handicap 24 to emerge the winner.
Felix A Boateng followed with a net score of 67 off handicap 24 to finish second while Seong Chill Kim carded a net score of 69 off handicap 18 for a third-place finish.
In the Ladies Group A, Lady Captain of the Ankobra Golf and Country Club in Bogoso, Floria Hurtubise held off the field to finish atop at 73 off handicap 13.
In similar fashion, Mona Captan Mylers-Lamptey finished the day at same net score of 73 off handicap 7 but was separated on countback for the second position.
Vida Annang stayed in contention to finish first at 73 off 25 in the Ladies Group B. Adelaide Owusu came in the second position on a net score of 74 off handicap 19.
In the Seniors category, Joe Dadson returned a net score of 75 off handicap 19 to finish ahead of B.B.K Ayivor who closed at a net score of 77 off handicap 18 for the second position.
Men Closest to the Pin prize went to John Udosen. Peter Dagle took home the prize for Men Longest Drive while the evergreen Mona Captan grabbed that of the Ladies.
Corporate Sales Executive of MTN, Sam Korankye acknowledged the substantial growth of the Invitational over the years and expressed MTN’s utmost appreciation to the golfers for being loyal partners to the Invitational and having made it a premier event on their calender.
He further noted that at MTN, delivering digital solutions to their stakeholders and customers is one of the important things the network provider seeks to do. “We do so because we want our customers to be bold in the digital world”. He said.