The premier Achimota Golf Club was about the perfect destination for many golfers in Ghana during the May Day Golf Competition in celebration of the 2019 May Day.
With immaculate greens and lush fairways, golfers rallied the course for a chance to establish their names on the leaderboard.
On a day that celebrates the immense contributions of workers worldwide, the May Day Golf Competition in Achimota, produced exciting flurry of results in a keenly contested event.
As the day finally glided to a close, Elias Hage worked the greens to win in the Men Group A after carding a net score of 67 off handicap 13.
President of the Ghana Golf Association, Mike Aggrey stayed in contention to record a net score of 69 off handicap 12 for the second spot.
Emmanuel Quarcoo, similarly, scored a net of 69 off handicap 12 but was separated on countback for the third place.
In the Ladies Group A, Lucia Joncil maintained her poise for a defining first place finish after returning a net score of 67 off handicap 20.
Christine Furler followed in the second spot on a net score of 76 off handicap 16 while Mary Prempeh ended the day on same net score of 76 off handicap 8 but was separated on countback for the third spot.
Simiran Oberoi, effectively managed his game to win in the Men Group B after recording a net score of 67 off handicap 17.
Jonathan Ane shot to a net score of 68 off handicap 16 to earn the second place while Mathias Donfe delivered a net score of 69 off handicap 15 for a third-place finish.
In the Ladies Group B, Aaliyah Iddriss, finished her campaign on a net score of 72 of handicap 23 to finish atop the group while Vastie Ampofo-Yeboah ended the day on same net score of 72 off handicap 21 but was separated on countback for the second place.
The May Day Special Golf Competition attracted a massive line-up of golfers that included Okyenhene Osagyefuo Nana Amoatia Ofori Panin and Sir Sam Jonah, the Executive Chairman of Jonah Capital, an equity fund based in Johannesburg, South Africa.