ECI medal Play golf tourney set for Mash Day

Golfers will participate in the true spirit of Mashramani in the ECI Engineering Services sponsored Medal Play tournament Saturday (Mash Day)  at the Lusignan Course. President of the Lusignan golf Club, Jerome Khan said he would like to welcome ECI Engineering Services as a new partner with the Club and has encouraged players to come out and support this holiday tournament.

Khan said the course is in immaculate condition so players can look forward to an excellent day of golf.
With John Tracey showing early form this other competitors will be looking to emulate his feat.

John Tracey
John Tracey

Tracey won last Saturday’s Stag Beer tournament in impressive fashion but will face still opposition from Carlos Munaff Arjune, Carlos Adams, Patrick Prashad, Gavin Todd, Imran Khan, Andre Cummings, Mohanlall Dinnanauth, Christin Sukhram, Troy Cadogan, Brian Hackett, William Walker, Clifford Reis, Maurice Solomon, Dr. Ramsingh Robert Hanoman, Albert Semple, Mark Lashley, Kishan Bacchus, Dave Mohamed, Chatterpaul Deo, Brian Glasford, Ronald Bulkan,  Fazil Deo, Muntaz Haniff, Ayude Ali, Colin Ming and Mike Gayadin.

Prizes will be awarded to the top three players with the best net scores as well as Nearest to the Pin and Best Gross.

Khan disclosed that officials of ECI Engineering will be on hand to present prizes at the prize giving ceremony scheduled for approximately 15:00 hours.
Tee off is at 09:00 hours.

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