With their love for the game and their spirits undaunted by the recent arson on valuable club equipment Thursday night, golfers turned out with high enthusiasm on Saturday 20th December for the Club sponsored ‘Rest of the World’ versus ‘Lusignan Golf Club’ tournament.
Captain Chatterpaul ‘Chen’ Deo expressed his pleasure at the turnout, the keenness of the competition and the high morale with which golfers participated. At the end of the day’s play, the ‘Rest of the World’, returning a score of 12 points, emerged champions over Lusignan Golf Club by a clear 4 points.
Captain Deo was also grateful for the effort Grounds Supervisor Mike Gayadin and foreman Avinash Persaud expended to ensure that the greens were in fine condition despite the loss of the valuable equipment that would normally be used to provide easy preparation of the greens.
Three prizes were awarded for the day’s play which began at 12:30 p.m. These were the Team prize, the Best Net Pair prize and the Most Honest Pair prize.
The competition was played in a ‘pairs format’ – the simple average of handicaps and scores of pairs of members of each team were calculated and the pair with the Best Net awarded the appropriate prize. The Team prize was determined by the sum of the net points awarded each pair in the team.
Best Net pair was Kishan Bacchus (h/cap 16) and Kalyan Tiwari (h/cap 20) whose average handicap of 18 and average gross 76 resulted in the best net of 58. Most Honest Pair was Hilbert Shields (h/cap 18) and ‘Santo’ Dinanauth (h/cap 4) whose average handicap of 11 and average gross of 75 resulted in a net 64.
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