A star-studded line up in expected for the second annual Citizens Bank Medal Play Golf tournament on Saturday at the Lusignan Golf Club. Defending champion Gavin Todd is expected to be in action to defend his title but is expected to face stiff competition from a field of close to 35 golfers.
Among the players expected to be vying for top honours are the inform Brian Hackett, Patrick Prashad, Mike Guyadin, Colin Ming, Maurice Solomon, Ronald Bulkan, Jerome Khan, Christine Sukhram, Ian Gouveia, Mike Mangal, Imran Khan, Alfred Mentore, Andre Cummings, Carlos Adams, Mark Lashley, Lester Alvis, Robert Hanoman, Chatterpaul Deo, Dr. Ram Singh, Albert Semple and Chairman of Citizens Bank Clifford Reis.
Bulkan, Secretary of the LGC disclosed that the course is in perfect condition and the weather has been favourable for the past week which should set the stage for an interesting day of golf.
Prizes will be awarded to the top three finishers as well as Nearest to the Pin.
Reis and other executives of Citizens Bank are expected to assist in the presentation of prizes at the end of the competition.Golfers have until tomorrow afternoon to register for the tournament with the Club at telephone number 220-5660.
There will be a players briefing twenty minutes before the start of play on Saturday. Tee off is at 12:30 hours.
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