Sinapi Aba Savings & Loans wins Ghana Final of 2021 World Corporate Golf Challenge

Sinapi Aba Savings & Loans wins Ghana Final of 2021 World Corporate Golf Challenge

The Ghana Final of the 2021 World Corporate Golf Challenge attracted high-quality, competitive games at the Royal Golf Club, Kumasi.

The competition was organised by the International Chamber of Commerce Ghana and media partners, the Business and Financial Times, GTV Sports and The Multimedia Group.

The competition which was played with a unique format saw two golfers representing each company in a stable ford shotgun format over 18 holes.

The team from Sinapi Aba Savings & Loans; Kwabena Selorm Boampong and Clement Ofosu-Ntiamoah won with 72 stable ford points.

Benny Mimis and Paul Chen, representing Smile Centre, finished the competition as first runner-up with a score of 71 stable ford points.

The second runner-up was the team from Axcero Advisors, Gustav Ben Barth and Alex Kwapong who came with a score of 62 stable ford points.

The winners qualify to represent Ghana at the world event to be staged at the Oitavos Dunes, Cascais – A 5-star golf facility in Portugal – from November 1–5, 2021.

Clement Ofosu Ntiamoah who spoke on behalf of the winning team says it was tough but is happy at the end result.

The World Final takes place over 5 days providing guests with an action-packed programme filled with tournament play – World Finals, VIP Legends Cup, social events, official licensee conference, local excursions and endless business networking opportunities

Emmanuel Doni Kwame is Secretary General of the International Chamber of Commerce Ghana and this is what he had to say about this year’s event.

Sponsors of the event include PricewaterhouseCoopers Ghana, Consolidated Bank Ghana, Adidas Ghana, Ghandour Cosmetics, CAGL, Smile Centre, Ecobank and Pantech.The lead sponsor of the tournament, PricewaterhouseCoopers Ghana, presented the winning trophy and the ticket to the World Finals.Other competing companies included Consolidated Bank Ghana, Alliance Insurance, Cal Bank, Ghandour Cosmetics, CAITEC, SURM, Klogg, Goldfields Ghana, Premier Fields, GCB, DLC, JK Agyemang & Sons and City Generation Bank.

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