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200 golfers for 2018 CBN Governor’s Cup

Over 200 golfers across the country will compete in the 2018 edition of the annual Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) Governor’s Golf Cup, which tees off tomorrow, 8 December, 2018 at the IBB International Golf and Country Club Abuja.

The one-day event being sponsored by the CBN in conjunction with the IBB Golf Club, will be competed for in a “Stroke Play-Shot Gun” format where all the competitors will tee-off at the same time from different points on the golf course.

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Meanwhile, the golfers will compete in eight categories.

These include, the men’s category 1 (handicap 0-14) men’s category 11(handicap 15-28) and Gross (men) while the ladies will do battle in category 1 (handicap 0-20) and category11 (handicap 21-30)

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Other categories are CBN Staff category, CBN retired Staff category, CBN guests’ category and the veterans’ category for men and women.

The overall winner will smile home with the best net prize. There will also be prizes in the Nearest in Pin award for ladies, men and CBN women including CBN staff and the  Drive award for ladies and men as well as the CBN staffers.


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