Omnifert Supports Tafo Golf

Scratch winner, Yeboah in a handshake with Donkoh

Business Development Manager of Omnifert Limited, Dominic Donkoh has suggested that a solid relapse of golf in a nation influenced his outfit to convene behind this year’s Tafo Open.

To him, a diversion is holding a nosedive and has related a reversal to miss of sponsorship.

He told this author in a post-event talk that “We have satisfied a diversion is dying, when we go to a several Golf Clubs, a numbers we see are not encouraging. Sponsors are not stirring lately.

“We during Omnifert have motionless to chuck some-more financial weight behind a foe to attract some-more youth, keep a aged fit, hence a support for a Tafo Open.”

It was Kofi Yeboah, who posted a 143 sum over dual days to win this year’s Omnifert Tafo Open (Scratch event) in Tafo over a weekend.

He kick Royal Golf Club’s Maxwell O. Bonsu by dual strokes, who also kick Tafo’s Christopher Mbii by 8 strokes.

Royal Golf Club’s Felicity Okyei Gyeabour picked a ladies blemish eventuality with 182 sum scores, a cadence improved than Elizabeth Captain (183), while Beatrice Vetch-Benpong finished third with 185 gross.

Elizabeth Aku Yabah emerged tops in a ladies encumber eventuality with a 162 net with Ama Morgan finishing second with 171 net.

It was Christian Mbii, personification on encumber 10 who picked a men’s Group A Handicap eventuality with 144 net. Eric Bonah(149) and T. Komladzei (150) followed in that order.

Collins Owusu, 148 grabbed a men’s Group B Handicap eventuality with 148 net, while Dr F. Oppong (151net) and G. Somuah (157net) followed.

Club captain Nii Ashittey described a eventuality as successful saying, “I contingency contend it was a outrageous success, we had roughly all a vital golf clubs representing; it was rarely rival and we had fun.”

The foe was sponsored by Omnifert Limited and Beige Group.

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