This weekend will see the first of two tournaments to be hosted by Global Spare Parts and Auto Sales at the Lusignan Golf Club in 2020 to celebrate the grand opening of their Georgetown location at 87 Seaforth Street, Cambellville.
Chief Executive Officer of Global Spare Parts and Auto Sales Hardeo Ganpat has been a staunch supporter of the club and has vowed to continue his support of the work and vision of the club’s executive.
“I have seen for myself what President Aleem Hussain has done for the sport and this club and I am proud to be able to help him achieve the goals he has for Lusignan Golf Club ” said Ganpat.
Manager of the new branch, Imtiaz Singh said the company offers the widest range of used and reconditioned spare parts along with affordable 24 hour towing services.
This weekend’s event will feature three flights with prizes for first and second along with special recognition for longest drive and nearest to pin. The course is in probably the best condition in years and with players having consistent practice, the level of play has increased and competition has gotten stiffer.
Hussain said, “It is expected to be a grand tournament with the return of many members who are all honing their game in anticipation of the Copa Airlines Invitational scheduled for January 25th.”
The LGC under the leadership of President Aleem Hussain has seen tremendous progress and growth over the past two years with more sponsored events and members than at any other time in its history. Individual membership increased by 36% corporate membership increased by 40% Associate membership increased by 56%.
The revenue from membership will now cover almost 50% of operating expenses, up from just 22% in previous years. Among the players set to participate this weekend are; William Walker, Patrick Prasad, Pur Persaud, Avinash Persaud, Christine Sukhram, Philbert London, Shanella London, Hussain, Mike Mangal, Gavin Todd, Mauro Gamargo, Maurice Solomon, Ganpat, Guillermo Escarraga, Miguel Oviedo, Jordi Pinol and Carlos Carbo.
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