Renowned golfer, Davlin Chokazinga and impressive Bose Kamphulusa demonstrated rare golfing skills to dominate Mapeto Tyres Charity ball-pool at Blantyre Sports Club (BSC) on Wednesday.
The ball-pool was organised to assist Agape House-a non-governmental organisation that looks after needy children.
Chokazinga, playing off handicap 16, posted 20 points to finish first after counting out Steve Kamanga, who was playing off handicap 23.
“It was a noble cause, so I decided to put up an impressive performance to underline the significance of the tournament,” he said.
Adrino Guarino, playing off handicap 12, was third in the men’s category with 19 points.
In the ladies’ category, Kaphulusa, playing off handicap 36, continued with her outstanding form at BSC after emerging ladies’ category winner with 14 points.
Sophie Kalambule, playing off handicap 26, finished second with 10 points.
“I started badly in the first three holes, but I recovered on time,” she said.
In the seniors’ category, Charles Nseula, playing off handicap 12, scored 18 points, while Carlo Van De Wat won the juniors’ version with 16 points.
Lasto Pinto won the longest drive on hole number eight while Wakisa Mulwafu won the nearest to-the pin on hole five.
Mapeto Tyres General Manager, Michelle Tofts, said they felt obliged to help Agape House with various items.
“We thank the golfers that took part in the tournament,” she said.
Agape House Country Director, William Mlenga, was delighted with the support and asked other well-wishers to emulate Mapeto Tyres’ gesture.
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