The Lusignan Golf Club (LGC) has expressed sympathy to its former President Brain Hackett on the passing of his Mother Theresa Hackett, who died recently at the age of 81. The funeral service will be held on Saturday at Brickdam Cathedral at 11:00hrs.
President of the LGC Aleem Hussain said that his pain is being shared by all golfers and they will continue to stand by him.
A release from that LGC stated that with more than 40 events completed to date in 2019, the executive team of the LGC is not resting on its laurels but will ensure that major tournaments return to the venue on December 14 after the club takes a break in deference to the passing of the mother of former club president Brian Hackett.
Despite heavy rains over the past few weeks, golfers have been able to play throughout the year without interruption.
Meanwhile, Hussain and Minister of Culture, Youth and Sport, Dr. George Norton have collaborated to conduct classes in Golf at Carifesta Avenue in Georgetown, which is expected to commence shortly.
This comes on the heels that the Minister has recognised the growth golf has made and has seen the need to continue with its development. The classes will be open to the public and the venue will be announced shortly. Hussain has expressed gratitude to Minister Norton for his input.
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