Joe Solomon returns to action at Lusignan for Stableford tourney

Former West Indies cricketer Joe Solomon is expected to be in action today when the

Maurice Solomon and Company Chartered Accountants Golf Tournament commences at the Lusignan Golf Club.

Solomon, a legend in West Indies cricket, is the brother of Maurice Solomon who is the sponsor of today’s event.

Maurice Solomon, who has been a member of the club since the early 1970s, in an invited comment said that he had committed since last year to sponsor a tournament and was hoping for a good turnout.

With good conditions for the past month, golfers are getting to play more and finding their form as witnessed in last week’s competition with numerous scores coming in around par.

This week’s event is a 3/4 Stableford which will award points for each hole depending on how well the golfer plays it.

There will be four top prizes, a Nearest to the Pin and a Ladies Best Prize should none make the top four in the general category.

Tee off time is at noon.

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