The Lusignan Golf Course, Lusignan ECD, will be transformed into a hive of activity when the administrators of that institution stage a one-day tournament starting at 12:00hrs sharp tomorrow morning.
To date 40 players have conformed to the registration process and the organizers are anticipating a further 10 entries by the end of the registration period. Sponsorship has always been an important variable to the success of such activities and the organizers have teamed up with furniture giants, Courts, celebrating 21 years in service to Guyanese consumers, towards the success of the venture.
Yesterday morning, the team from the East Coast based golf club traveled to the Main Street, Georgetown office of the sponsors and collected a cheque of more than $275,000 in addition to a set of trophies to assist in offsetting the expenses associated with organizational matters.
The golf team consisted of President and Captain of the Lusignan Golf Club, David Mohamed and Chatterpaul Deo, and Public Relations Officer, Guy Griffith. Courts Marketing Manager, Pernell Cummings and Public Relations Officer, Roberta Ferguson represented their company and handed over the cheque to the tournament organizers.
Mr. Cummings noted that Courts has enjoyed fruitful relations with the Guyanese public during its 21 years existence and he was delighted to once again offer similar support. He noted that golf is a developing sport that entails strong physical and mental output.
The Marketing Manager assured that Courts will continue to support local sports development. Ms. Ferguson supported the sentiments of Mr. Cummings and endorsed Court’s commitment to the development of local sports.
Mr. Mohamed expressed deep gratitude to his benefactors while echoing Mr. Cummings’ view that the sport is indeed at a developing stage. He said that his team was hampered by the inclement weather but since the situation has changed favourably, his organization anticipates a competitive tournament.
He is urging members of the public to visit the venue and enjoy a day of precise putting and excitement.
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