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Tropical Cable Classic Golf Tournament in classic finish

Tropical Cable Classic Golf Tournament in classic finish

The 2018 Tropical Cable Classic Golf Tournament lived up to the billing after it ended in a classic finish  at the serene Tema Country Golf Club.

The contest attracted close to 100 golfers and impressive line-up of media gallery.

In a pleasant atmosphere, Augustine Manasseh worked the greens and took charge of the tough field to win in the Men  Group A.

Playing off handicap 6, Augustine finished on 42 Stableford points after a struggle on the front nine resulted in a four-over.

However, Augustine geared up his game and kept the pace for a four-under on the back nine.

Meanwhile, Prince Egyiri finished in second place after he shot same 42 Stableford points but was separated on countback.  Prince played off handicap 3.

In third place was Samuel Tetteh for 41 Stableford points off handicap 8, while Justice Fiavor ended his campaign on 20 off 8 for the fourth spot.

In the Men Group B, Philip Serse, led the pack on 37 Stableford points for the first position after beating into second place Felix Akuaboah who ended on 36 Stableford points.

Robert Tang closed with same 36 Stableford points but was separated on countback for the third place.

In the Ladies Group A, Grace Afriyie steered clear of the chasing pack on 39 Stableford points off handicap 9 for a defining victory.

“My game was fantastic. I played as though I am a professional”. Grace excitedly told TheGolfer Online.

Leticia Amponsah-Mensah followed in second place on Stableford points of 36 off handicap 10. The ever-green Mona Captan-Lamptey stayed in the mix for a third place-finish after returning same 36 Stableford points.

Gladys Awuni stayed in contention to finish atop in the Ladies Group B. Gladys carded 39 Stableford points off 29.

Pamela Atila came second on 37 Stableford points off 23 while Adelaide Owusu-Adjapong managed the third position on 36 Stableford points off 19.

In the Seniors category Kwabena Boakye emerged winner with 36 Stableford points while Asiedu Ofei returned 32 Stableford points for the second position.

In his remarks, Dr. Tony Oteng-Gyasi, Managing Director of Tropical Cable & Conductor Limited, thanked the many golfers that participated in the tournament.

He further reiterated his company’s desire to continually support golf development in Ghana and noted that this year’s event was a notch high from last year’s tournament.

TheGolfer Online

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