Mona Captan retained her Ghana Ladies Golf Union (GLGU) Championship trophy when she grossed 157 to win this year's competition played at the Achimota Golf Course in Accra on Sunday.
Mona grossed 75 and 82 on the first and second day respectively to beat a field of over 120 golfers. Helen Morita came second with a gross score of 163, Florence Etwwi-Barimah placed third with 170 gross, Rashida Khalil was fourth with 170 gross, Nora Vangronengen took the fifth position with 172 gross while the sixth position went to Suzie Abaloo with 173 gross.
J. Hill won the Handicap event with 140 net, Clara Price was second with 141 net while Konte Masikodumi was third with 142 net. The two-day Scratch event attracted competitors from Ghana, Nigeria, Sierra Leone, United Kingdom and the Gambia and was sponsored by Vanguard Assurance Company Limited.
Mrs Sophia Horner-Sam, Deputy Western Regional Minister, who was the guest of honour, said it is government's policy to give due recognition to all lesser-known sports.
She called on the Union to come out with a programme that would help unearth talents among students.
Mrs Rosemond Dsane-Selby, President of the GLGU said the competition is becoming one of the most important events on the Ladies calendar and they are determined to keep it as such.