In the professional category, Mr. Amos Kobla from the Achimota Golf Club came on top followed by Edet Omoh from Nigeria while Tony Gbenoyor also from the Achimota came third.
For the Juniors, Dorothy Amoakowaah came first in the girls division while Jeandre Els also came first in boys division with a score of 101. He was followed by Emmanuel Brokman with a score of 105.
Adokole Blessing from Nigeria won the Ladies group ‘B’ handicap. Palmer Gizela won the Ladies Scratch with a score of 95, Nelly Hage followed with 98 points and R. Nagaye came third with 104 points.
In group ‘A’ handicap, Cynthia Nyantakyi (151) and C. Agyeiwaah (156) took the first and second position respectively. In their scratch, Rhaila Khahil (182), Grace Afriyie (179), Jessica Tei (177) and F. Okyei-Gyeabour (170) took the 4th to 1st positions respectively.
In the men group ‘B’, Dr. Felix Frimpong took the second position with 153 points with Fayez Hage securing the first position with a net score of 153. In their scratch, Wajih Sabah took the third position with 183 points, followed by Alfred Baku with 178 points. The winner for this category was a former player of the Black Stars, Tony Yeboah with score of (173).
In group A handicap for men, K. K. Mensah took the first slot with a score of 212 and was followed by Abel Owiochi with a net score of 219 while Daniel Ntim also took the third slot with a score of 219.
Michael Boateng, E. Agyekum, Gaji John, Yaro Dogbe and Vincent Coffie took the first to fifth position in the men group ‘A’.
The colorful closing ceremony held at the venue was graced by the Asantehene, Otumfuo Osei Tutu who presented trophies to deserving winners.
Meanwhile, the GGA has drawn a two-year preparation program to make give the next cities an ample time to prepare a grand Open championship. With this, the Celebrity Golf Club in Sakumono, a suburb of Tema would host next year’s event while the Achimota Golf Club hosts that of 2013.