Knight Frank Nigeria commits to golf development

By Daily Sports Nigeria on May 17, 2023

As part of efforts to develop golf as a professional sport in Nigeria, Knight Frank Nigeria, has pledged to promote the game beyond recreation by supporting tournaments which will enhance physical and mental health of golfers.

This was made known during the 2023 Ladies Club Championship of the Ikoyi Club 1938 Golf which was held in Lagos last week.

The two-day tournament which kicked off on Thursday, May 11 2023 featured Ladies Handicap 0-28 (strokeplay format), Ladies Handicap 24-36 (stableford format), and Ladies and Men Guest (strokeplay format) with Knight Frank Nigeria being one of the lead sponsors.

Speaking after the dinner held for the presentation of trophies to winners on Friday, Head of Marketing and Corporate Communications, Knight Frank Nigeria, Lanre Sonubi explained that golf is not only one of the top individual sports that uses a lot of real estate, but the sport also promotes green-healthy environment and a fresher atmosphere within the vicinity of the golf courses.

“As a stakeholder in the brokerage and management of facilities in our built environment, Knight Frank will always promote practices and activities that will enhance the sustainability of our environment. This is why we have committed to supporting all the tournaments of the Ladies Golf Subsection of the Ikoyi Club through this year” he said.

 

 

Source Punch Ng

Posted May 17, 2023


 

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