Farrmer-cum-Golfer Kwame?ligbidi grabbed his second silverware?in seven days when he reigned?supreme in the Kenya Airways golf?tourney at the tema country Golf?club.
He recorded a 70 gross score to?pick the overall prize of a return ticket
to Kenya and other souvenirs, a week?after emerging tops in the Lady?s
Captain Prize tourney at the same?venue.
Asiedu Ofei, 69 gross, beat Competition?Secretary Richard Boateng by
a stroke, who also beat J.E. Ocansey?on count-back in the men?s category.
Golf ace Mrs Mona Captan?Lamptey finished first in the ladies?event after recording a gross score of?72, while Adelaide Owusu Adjapong?and Clara Price followed in that order?with gross scores of 74 and 75.
Isaac Bentil picked the booby?prize, with Richard Boateng taking?home the closest-to-the-pin silverware.
It was Mona who picked the?lady?s closest-to-the-pin prize.
Margaret Anderson left the course?with the Longest Drive prize, while Fortune Akafo lifted the men?s edition?to receive Dunlop Putters.
Kenya Airways Area Manager for?West Africa Rose Kiseli, in her?address said, ?We take delight in fraternizing?and networking with our?clients in a relaxed atmosphere, once?in a while, like we are doing now.
?It?s been fun, and I must say it?s?been a keenly-contested event. We at
Kenya Airways believe in healthy?lifestyle. This is our small way of promoting?golf in the country,? said Rose?Kiseli.
The overall winner attributed his?recent brilliance to hard work saying,
?It?s been hard work, I don?t have any?secret. I feel good winning two trophies?in a week, it?s true that hard?work pays.?
From Kofi Owusu Aduonum, Tema