LGC to host Bruster’s medal play golf on Saturday
The Lusignan Golf Club (LGC) will continue its steady competitive drive with another tournament on Saturday, dubbed the Bruster’s Ice Cream Challenge.
Chet Bowling, Secretary of the LGC, gave an overview of the individual tournament and some of the innovative prizes they have on offer for players. The official launch took place on Thursday at Bruster’s outlet at MovieTowne.
According to Bowling, prizes will be given to golfers who have the best net and gross scores.
Additionally, there will be a prize for the best net score on the front and back nine and three prizes for best net and gross overall.
The Secretary also indicated that due to COVID-19 rules, this year they will not open the facility to the public for kite flying.
Proprietor of Bruster’s, Paton George, who is also the Vice-president of the LGC, said the initial aim of the tournament was to be extremely inclusive for players, children and spectators, but due to the COVID-19 restrictions, they will limit it to only players.
In future years they plan to have a drive, chip and putting competition for children, which will be open to anyone free of cost.
For Saturday’s tournament, winners will also be awarded vouchers, compliments of Bruster’s.
In addition to their G$100,000 cheque to the LGC, Bruster’s Ice Cream also donated G$50,000 towards the Colaaco Centre of Learning.
Tee-off time on Saturday at is noon.