The winners of the various categories pose with their trophies on Hole 18
The Tema Country Golf Club (TCGC), over the weekend, put together a befitting 18-Hole President Putter in honour of its hardworking president Dr DJ Kofi Yim.
Newly-elected captain Noel Hammond praised the club?s president for his immense contributions, having paid for the irrigation system for all the 18-Holes on the course.
He revealed that the president has promised to work on the fairways and continue with improving on the greens.
Young Sung Nah, playing on handicap 19, recorded a 64 under par score to finish first in the men?s B category, Joseph Tetteh, and N.P. Galley followed in that order and for their reward, they took home trophies and LG electronic appliances.
Emmanuel Ocansey picked the men?s ?A? award after recording a 65net to receive a trophy and an LCD LG TV. Francis Dorkey and E.J. Ocansey took the first and second runner-up positions respectively.
It was Florence Etwi-Barimah, known in golf circles as ?Lady Scientific?, who lifted the ultimate in the Ladies ?A? division after a 72 net score. Adelaide Owusu-Adjapong, Aku Yabah and Margaret Owusu Baah followed in that order.
Cathy Boateng distinguished herself in the ladies ?B? category with a 66 net score to emerge tops.
Margaret Owusu-Baah picked another trophy in the Ladies Closest to the Pin event, while P. McCaulley won the men?s event. Mercy Werner grabbed the ladies Longest Drive with E.K. Owusu lifting the men?s category.
Ernest Opoku grossed 71 over two days to win the pros event, beating veteran Victor Brave-Mensah on count back. Baba Akologo finished third by just a stroke.
From Kofi Owusu Aduonum, Tema