Kusi-Appiah, Maggie Excel At Royal Club
F.Kusi Appiah receiving the putter F. Kusi-Appiah and Margaret Oduro, both of the Royal Golf Club, Kumasi, won the club's annual President Putter Golf tournament held in the Ashanti Region over the weekend.
Both Kusi-Appiah and Margaret Oduro incidentally returned 40 stableford points apiece to win the men's and ladies' ultimate prizes.
In second place in the men's category was S.F. Atta who beat P. Korsah and Oppong Apau on count back, all having bagged 37 points each, with Kwasi Appiah 35 points, S. Frimpong with a 34 points on count back score over F.K. Yeboah and E.Ofori Attah following in that other.
Felicity Okyei Gyeabour took the ladies runner-up position, losing on count back to Maggie Oduro, while C.Y. Nyarko 35 points, Betty Richard 34 points and H. Muller 32 points followed in that order.
F. Okyei Gyeabour took the longest drive prize in the ladies category while Korsah took the men's prize and in the Nearest to the Pin, B. Richards (Ladies) and Nana Appiah (men's) excelled.
Kojo Poku won the prize for the best outsider, while S.K. Appiah emerged winner in the special veteran's event.
Kojo Banni returned 70 gross to beat Kwame Korsah 75 gross and Effa Poku 76 in the professional event.
In his presentation speech, Mr. Amofa, the outgoing president thanked management and executive of the Royal Golf Club, for their cooperation in making his tenure of office successful. The tournament was sponsored by Skyy Media Company.