Champions emerge from Cedar Valley’s Elite Gross Golf Championships

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New Winthorpes resident, Dion Massiah, is the new National Golf Club champion after defeating Navin Singh of Fiji to win the Elite Gross Championship at Cedar Valley.
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In the 36-hole competition, Massiah made light work of his opponent, defeating him 10-up with a full nine holes to play.

 

Enroute to the grand finale, Massiah had the better of Dwayne Hill 4&3 and Michael Gordon 4&3 while Singh took care of Kareem Doherty 2-up and later dispatched Andy Hall 6 and 4.

The two-month long exercise saw the country’s top golfers playing three rounds each with the top eight advancing to a man to man play-off match up where the top finisher took on the 8th placed player.

 

The second ranked took on the 7th ranked, the 3rd ranked played the 6th ranked while the player finishing 4th went head to head with the player finishing 5th.

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2 COMMENTS

  1. Congrats my friend Dion. You have worked hard over the many years.
    What I would like people to know is where this chap is coming from. Small village boy who came to the golf course many years picking up balls and selling them to the more fortunate ones. Antigua is an example that we should never let certain sports become only affordable for the elite class. And I tell you if the government didn’t have the foresight to take a stake in the operation, they would have made it so long time ago. Just go to places like Barbados and you’ll see the discrimination in the sport. You have to belong to a certain class in order to play golf. At one time in Antigua a monthly golf membership was cheaper than a gym membership. However, the perception was always that it was an expensive sport.

  2. Keep on, keeping on! All of us must know this and never, never forget it:
    “God and Nature first made us what we are, and then out of our own created genius we make ourselves what we want to be. Follow always that great law. Let the sky and God be our limit and Eternity our measurement.”

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