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Week 3 of 2018 Coca-Cola Clubs Competition sees Golden Putters at No. 1

Week 3 of 2018 Coca-Cola Clubs Competition sees Golden Putters at No. 1

The Coca-Cola Clubs Competition Match Day 3 turned up in style at the 18-hole Minigolf Course at the Ridge Sports City in Accra last Sunday.

Last week Saturday’s Match Day 3 was a spectacular show down as the eleven (11) top African Minigolf Clubs such including Fly Club, Golden Putters, Power Club, Satayou, Forbes Club, Nutterz Putterz, Wonder Club, Brave Warriors, Kama Club and Black Putters went “putter to putter” to save as many points as possible for a safe place in the top 6.

As in all Minigolf Competitions, the GMF ensured that camera equipment and digital scoring systems were seamless for playback and accuracy in record keeping.

Golden Putters did not fail to disappoint their numerous fans when they battled the top position from the electrifying Power Club with a 12-point lead.

The Club garnered a total score of 792 which placed them in a comfortable lead with 24 points. The Somasse brothers won the league’s ad hoc prizes as the Lowest Score in the league and for Lowest Pairs Scored.

Power Club came in second on the league table with a total score of 815 and 19 points while still maintaining the record for highest holes-in-one putted at 36.

The homegrown Nutterz Putterz finished in third position with Black Putters occupying the fourth place on 18 points apiece.

Following in fifth and sixth places were Forbes Club and Kama Club on 13 points each.

Meanwhile, the competition is undoubtedly nobody’s game as points are almost evenly matched, but one cannot omit the brooding rivalry going on in the league.

This rivalry somehow portrays the Francophone clubs as having the upper edge with Golden Putters and Kama then again Ghanaian clubs like Black Putters, Power, Nutterz Putterz and Forbes are planning a major “coup d’état” on Match Day 4.

The Minigolfers paired up against one another to play three rounds of pure Minigolf, under the League format with 18 holes where final scores were combined as overall score in favour of the winning club.

Winners earn three points, draws attract two points while a loss cost one point per game.

The competition continues this Sunday December 2nd  with match day 4 fixtures from 3 – 5pm at Ridge Sport City.

Top 6 clubs after week 5 of the league will qualify to the finals on December 16 to declare the champion club who will win the 1st prize of GHC2,500.


There will be additional 10 prizes of Melcom home appliances, Latex Foam mattresses, Azar paints, Interplast products, shopping and restaurant vouchers from our loyal sponsors to runners up and best league players.


Source : Ghana MiniGolf Federation

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