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George Amoah, Samuel Koranteng, Elizabeth Koomson qualify for Dubai Corporate Golf World Cup

Friday 1st September , 2017 6:25 pm
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The 2nd edition of the Ghana edition of the 2017 GEC Open was successfully held at the Celebrity Golf Club in Tema. Over 100 top corporate and industry leaders came together for fun filled yet competitive round of golf.

George Amoah, a business and investment consultant, Samuel Koranteng from MTN and Elizabeth Aku Yabah who works in the hospitality industry emerged victorious in their respective handicap classes to book their berth at the World Final.

The trio will head Ghana’s challenge against winners from 17 other qualifying countries at the Dubai Corporate Golf World Cup scheduled at the Trump International and Emirates Golf Club over two days in Dubai.

Playing in a Stableford format, George Amoah scored 34 points while Samuel Koranteng with 32 points managed to gain the lead in the men’s category.

In the ladies’ category, Elizabeth Aku Yabah finished with 31 points to claim top spot.

GEC Open is an initiative to bring leading global organizations and executives on a unified platform; growing the bond and strength of business while working to improve the lives of others though charitable causes. With the support of generous participants in Ghana, the event raised approximately 3, 000 cedis to support the local charity partner, ‘The Girl in Need Foundation’. GEC Open Ghana marked the official kick-off of the GEC Open global golf tour for 2017 season.

With the support of generous participants in Ghana, the event raised approximately 3, 000 cedis to support the local charity partner, ‘The Girl in Need Foundation’. GEC Open Ghana marked the official kick-off of the GEC Open global golf tour for 2017 season.

With humble beginnings in 2014 in just one country, GEC Open has grown into a global platform for networking and a nursery for everlasting friendships and international business relations. The 2017 edition will see 29 golf rounds played across 18 countries amongst 2400 CXOs under the aegis of 800+ global organizations. Following Ghana, qualifying rounds will be held in Turkey, Azerbaijan, Nepal, Dubai, Kenya, Botswana, Egypt, Thailand, UAE, South Africa, Mauritius, India, Bahrain, Singapore, China, Indonesia to name a few.

The 2017 edition will see 29 golf rounds played across 18 countries amongst 2400 CXOs under the aegis of 800+ global organizations. Following Ghana, qualifying rounds will be held in Turkey, Azerbaijan, Nepal, Dubai, Kenya, Botswana, Egypt, Thailand, UAE, South Africa, Mauritius, India, Bahrain, Singapore, China, Indonesia to name a few.

Following Ghana, qualifying rounds will be held in Turkey, Azerbaijan, Nepal, Dubai, Kenya, Botswana, Egypt, Thailand, UAE, South Africa, Mauritius, India, Bahrain, Singapore, China, Indonesia to name a few.

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