14 handicapper, Adedeji Adekanmbi has emerged winner of the second edition of Abula International Invitational Golf tournament recently ended at the Tiger Golf Club (TGC), Adekunle Fajuyi Cantonment, Ojoo Ibadan after retuning with Gross 86 over Net 72 on count back.
Babatunde Ogundare playing handicap 19 became the runners up with Gross 91 over Net 72 while Adeosun Bose playing handicap 28 won in the Ladies net category with the scores of Gross 105 Net 77 on count back to beat the Lady Captain of Tiger Club Patience Ekwere to the second spot who recorded Gross 100 over Net 77.
Otunba Yomi Ojo that is playing handicap 28 won his first major laurel in golf competition after he ended with the runners up men’s net with scores of Gross 102 over Net 74. Barr S.A Sanni was the last man putting winner, while Anifowose won the Nearest to the pin prize.
The unique golf event designed by Mary Okunola to celebrate our cultural heritage using golf also had a beauty pageant competition where Makanjuola Olufunmilayo Esther emerged as the ‘Miss Abula’ amidst pomp and pageantries.
Exciting prizes were given to winners in various categories while a star prize of return ticket from Kenya Airways was presented to the eventual winner of the tournament by the representatives of the Airline.
Other distinguished people that formed the committee of the event includes: Mr. Olusakin Labeodan, the chairman of Abula International Invitational Tournament, while members are Mr, Segun Benson, Dolapo Okunola and Bernard Nduka, a professional golfer.
Photo captions: Presentation by the Abula group. Mary Okunola, the initiator (third from right), Olusakin Labeodan, the group chairman, (third from left), Festus Idehen, the LOC Chairman, Dolapo okunola and segun Benson, committee members look on.