The Grounds have been prepared and the weather has been very supportive, hence, all golfing interests will be focused on the happenings at Lusignan this weekend as the now renewed annual Lusignan Open gets underway today and tomorrow, July 20 and 21, teeing off about 5:45 a.m. today.
In a very brief presentation, at the Department of Tourism’s Boardroom in Sophia, Georgetown, yesterday, Mr. Donald Sinclair, Director General, Department of Tourism, of the Ministry of Communities, looked forward to a good and successful event for the Lusignan Golf Club as he handed over the sponsorship cheque to the Lusignan Golf Club for the 2-day 2019 International Lusignan Open Golf Tournament. PRO Guy Griffith, on behalf of the Lusignan Golf Club, expressed appreciation for Mr. Sinclair and the Department’s involvement.
With lots of trophies provided by the sponsor of the event and with well-prepared grounds for the tournament, spectators are urged to come see, free of charge, the best golfers in Guyana showcase their individual talent and learn just how intense the competition is in this amazing sport.
The tournament will be played under the Medal Play format, and there will be four Flights – 3 Men’s Flights and 1 Ladies’ Flight. The Men’s Flight are classified as A Flight – Handicaps 0-9; B Flight – handicaps 10-18; and C Flight – handicaps 19-28. The Ladies’ Flight is for females with handicaps 0-36. 1st to 3rd places are awarded prizes in Best Net and Best Gross performances in each Flight over the two days. The Tournament’s champions, male and female, are judged on the Best Gross score over the 2 days of play.
For more information on the game of golf, or on LGC’s tournament, activities etc. please contact the Club at 220-5660 or visit their Facebook page- lusignan golf club.
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