CNS Golf Cup continues.
ISLAMABAD -- Rear Admiral A(r) Saleem Akhtar of Pakistan Navy Margalla Green Golf Club was the winner in the Seniors Amateur category net on the second day of Chief of the Naval Staff (CNS) Amateur Golf Cup here at Margalla Greens Golf Course.
On Saturday three categories participated in Golf Cup, including final round of Senior Amateur, second round of Amateur and Juniors. Second day of the event began with final round of Senior Amateur, 18 holes match for Juniors and 2nd round of Amateur category.
In the Seniors Amateur category, winner net was Saleem by scoring Net 144 whereas Lt Col Waqar Ahmed of Rawalpindi Golf Club was Winner Gross by scoring Gross 159.
In the second round of Amateur category, Ghazanfar Mehmood from Bahria Town Golf Club Gross category by scoring Gross 146. In Net category, Imran Janjua from Rawalpindi Golf Club is leading by scoring Net 134.
In the Junior category, Winner Net is Laraib Rehman from Lahore Golf Club by scoring Net 67 whereas, Naveed Khan from PAF Golf Club is winner Gross by scoring Gross 80.
Other leading Gross and net scores of Amateur Category of CNS Amateur Golf are Amateur Category Gross: Mohammad Sharif (WWG, 147); Zubair Hussain (PAF Golf Club, 149).
Amateur Category Net: Mohammad Adnan (WWG, 137); Captain Alam Afzal PN (MGGC, 140).
Junior Category final score Gross: Naveed Khan (PAF Golf Club, 80, Winner Gross); Basil Rehman (LGC, 92, Runner up Gross).
Junior Category Net: Laraib Rehman (LGC, 67, Winner Net); Adam Khan (MGGC, 76, Runner up Net).
Senior Amateur Category final score Gross: Lt Col Waqar Ahmed (RGC, 159, Winner Gross), Col Shahid Warraich (RGC, 159, Runner up Gross).
Senior Amateur Category Net: Rear Admiral A(r) Saleem Akhtar (MGGC, 144, Winner Net); Col Jehanzeb (RGC, 145, Runner up Net).
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|Publication:||Balochistan Times (Baluchistan Province, Pakistan)|
|Date:||Apr 29, 2018|
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