Vodafone delivers truckload of delightful experience at Tafo Open
Vodafone delivered a truckload of pleasant experience by pulling off a successful tournament during the just ended 23rd Vodafone Tafo Open.
The two-day event took place at the CRIG Golf Course which boasts of lush fairways and caringly manicured greens.
The biggest attraction however was the assemble of by far the most amply line-up of A-list business executives and high-profile individuals in any tournament.
It included Osagyefuo Amoatia Ofori Panin; Okyenhene of Akyem Abuakwa and Mr. Prince Kofi Amoabeng; a Ghanaian business man.
In fact, when I enquired from TheGolfer Online representative, Felix Gborglah, about how the event was churning out; his immediate response was that; “there are a lot of big men playing”.
On such an event, Samuel Gyekye put himself in prime position for a resounding victory, after returning a net score of 137; 4-shots ahead of the field in the Men Group A.
Samuel achieved this feat by producing a masterclass of mid-range putting as well as deliberate efforts at hitting the fairways.
Frank Kumako followed in second place on a net score of 141 while Kofi Nkansah stayed in a yawning distant at 147 for the third spot.
Meanwhile George Amoah carded a net score of 148 to perch on the fourth position.
Similarly, in the Ladies Group A, Felicity Ogyeabour walked off with a stunning trophy after closing ahead on a net score of 165.
Constance Awuni rolled out exciting putts to stay in contention for a second-place finish on a net score of 168.
Achimota’s Jessica Tei managed her game to conclude her campaign at a net score of 174 to settle at third place.
In the Men Group B, Kofi Yeboah quietly worked the greens to set himself up for a delicious success after returning a net score of 145 over the two days.
Peter Daglo maintained some consistency to follow in second place at a net score of 148 while Christopher Mbii closed at a net score of 149 to claim the third position.
In similar fashion, Pamela Atila recorded a net score of 142 to finish atop the leaderboard in the Ladies Group B after edging Vastie Yeboah-Amoafo into second place on a net score of 164.
Director of Finance at Vodafone Ghana, Mr Samuel Kofi Nkansah, applauded the golfers for the sportsmanship which they considerably demonstrated during the Open.
He assured the golfers that, Vodafone Ghana would always offer uninterrupted and high-end services to their customers .
Mr Daniel Nii Ashitey, Captain of the Tafo Golf Club, confided that the club would from next year introduce youth and professional events to encourage broader participation in the Open.
The Open was supported by Omnifert. Omnifert is a 100% subsidiary of Omni Energy Ltd, focusing on improving the crop production of Africa by providing affordable fertilizers to farmers. Vodafone showered winners with stunning trophies and other attractive giveaways.