Lakowe Lakes wears new look as golfers begin quest for WCGC rights

By Daily Sports Nigeria on April 13, 2023

Golfers from across the country have gathered at the majestic Lakowe Lakes Course, Lagos, to vie for honours at the World Corporate Golf Challenge, which begins tomorrow and ends on Sunday.

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“Our goal is to continually keep the facility in the best shape possible, which continues to put us in a good position for golfers looking to have the best golfing experience,” he said.

He added that the World Corporate Golf Challenge is a top amateur franchise event that players look forward to, where eventual winners represent the country for the global title.

“So, hosting the Nigerian finals at the Lakowe Course is just the right thing, as it exposes the national contenders to an atmosphere that prepares them for what the global stage would offer, save for the weather,” he said.

The 2023 World Corporate Golf Challenge is a team event run by Falcon Golf Nigeria and features four players representing a corporate organisation, vying for a space to represent Nigeria at the global event.

The winners will be the team with the best Stableford score over 36 holes. Other exceptional feats at the event would also be rewarded at the two-day championship, including best individual honours, in Stableford, net and gross categories.

The event will also honour women golfers, veteran players and guests in different capacities. Lakowe Lakes Golf Course is a par 72 course nestled in a residential estate that offers short-let facility to golfers and other guests, as well.

Source Guardian Nigeria

Posted April 13, 2023


 

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