Owner of Sanjay’s Jewelry, Mr Sanjay Persaud, has expressed pleasure to sponsor another golf tournament this year at the Lusignan Golf Club billed for tomorrow, Sunday, 19th October, with tee-off at 9:30am.
The Classic Golf Tournament promises several interesting prizes. Mr Sanjay Persaud informed, “I am putting up three souvenir gold Golf Clubs for prizes, along with the other activities I normally do for the tournaments.”
According to Club President David Mohamad, “We at the Lusignan Golf Club are very appreciative for the support that Sanjay’s Jewelry is giving to the LGC and golfing in Guyana. We would certainly be delighted if other sponsors – individual or corporate – would support the sport in a similar way.”
Mohamed noted that the LGC ground is in great shape, and golfers will find the outfield well cut, further expressing his excitement that following immediately after last Saturday’s Tournament, this Sunday’s Sanjay’s Jewelry Classic will definitely condition the minds and bodies of all the Guyana hopefuls for competition in the 36-hole round Guyana Open Golf Tournament billed for 1st and 2nd November this year – two weekends from this one! The two-day Guyana Open tournament usually attracts players from Canada, the USA, Europe, the Caribbean and South America.
The public is reminded that they are welcome to visit and observe this great game and especially the international Guyana Open competition on the first weekend in November.
Sanjay’s Jewelry, which has over 1000 jewelry pieces on display to choose from, offers also a wide variety of watches, colognes and perfumes for men, women and children. In the jewelry section, Sanjay’s has a large array of pieces in 12,14,18 and 22 karat gold as well as a variety of diamonds. Alternatively a customer can simply make an order with their design and Sanjay’s will make it in 24 hours.
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