Mike Gayadin shot a net 67 to win last Saturday’s inaugural (Canada/America) Can AM Challenge Medal Play golf tournament sponsored by overseas members of the Lusignan golf Club.
The lineup included a few overseas players but Gayadin stamped his authority to come out victorious ahead of the 46 participants in a keenly contested competition at the Course at Lusignan.
Second position went to S. Deosarran who shot 69 while third place was taken by Chatterpaul Deo who shot 70.
Deosarran also had the best gross of 76 beating into second position Mohanlall “Santo” Dinnanauth.
The Ladies best net was won by Christine Sukhram with John Tracey securing Nearest to the Pin while Joaan Deo had the longest Drive.
In the skills competition Club Captain Brian Glasford claimed victory in the “Chipping over a wall to a target” with Colin Ming securing the runner up spot.
The enthusiastic bunch of overseas sponsor/players included Andrew Claxton and David Persaud. The overseas chapter plans to sponsor the tournament annually.
Club secretary William Walker thanked the members for their sponsorship and commitment to event.
Glasford said that the turnout and the variety of prizes up for grabs made the tournament memorable and the players will be looking forward to it next year.