Registration is in full swing for this Saturday’s Sanjay’s Jewellery Golf Tournament, pairs competition, at the Lusignan Golf Club.
Sanjay’s Jewellery, who last year sponsored two exciting tournaments, will have a full crew of staff and well wishers on hand for the after tournament festivities and presentation, according to a representative of the company.
‘Chen-sing’ Deo, the LGC Club captain, said ‘that the Golf Club is buzzing with excitement for this innovative format of play, in which players will play in pairs against each other, with the combined lowest score per pair determining the winners’.
The Club captain, in explaining the format said that players will use 3/4 of their existing handicap playing a stroke system. He added that this is the first time this system would be used and is a trial run for another competition later in the year, which will determine winners to represent Guyana in a Regional International Pairs Tournament.
Last year Alfred Mentore and Brian Hackett placed fifth in the Caribbean Play off held at the Millennium Golf Club in Trinidad & Tobago, which featured Barbados, Trinidad & Tobago, St. Lucia, Grenada, Antigua, Jamaica and St. Kitts.
Club captain Deo said while he is not predicting any winners as the current ground condition provides equal opportunity for all players, he would not be surprised if a pair of ‘Dark horses’ emerge from the pack.
Prizes would be awarded for, 1st, 2nd and 3rd place, best gross and nearest to the pin.
T-off is at 12:00 noon.
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