Winners have emerged in the three categories of the Children’s Fun Day Golf tournament organised by the Ladies Golf sub-committee of the prestigious Ikoyi Club, Lagos, as part of the 2021 Children’s Day celebrations.

In the 3 Holes category, organized for children from 6 to 9 years old, Okoji Osamudiamen came first ahead of Olowola Itiaron who came second while Oni Yomiwa came third. Orungbeja Mayomile dominated the 6 Holes category, organized for children from 10 to 12 years old, ahead of Savage Akorede and Michael Seh who came second and third, respectively. In the 9 Holes category, organized for children that are 12 years old and above, Onyelukachukwu Obata clinched the prize ahead of Jaithith.R Warrier who came second and Sokefun Adejare who came third.

Second Place Winner, 3- Holes Category, Itiaron Olowola, with Chairman, MTN Nigeria, Dr Ernest Ndukwe at the recent Ikoyi Club Children’s Golf Tournament

According to the Vice-Captain of Ikoyi Club Golf Section, Mrs. Nkoli Moka, the Children’s Day Golf Tournament is an annual event organized by the Ladies Golf Sub-Committee to expose children to the sport early.

“This year’s tournament was even more important because we didn’t have it last year due to the disruptions caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. After several months of limited interaction due to the recent lockdowns it was indeed most appropriate and well timed,” she said.

“Golf is an opportunity to get children out to exercise, instead of being glued to TVs and Video Games, and to socialise,” Mrs Moka added.

Sponsors of the event, which was organised in strict compliance to health and safety regulations, include notable brands such as MTN, Kawe, and UAC Foods. Dignitaries who graced the occasion include Mr Ernest Ndukwe, Chairman of MTN Nigeria amongst others.

Founded in 1938, Ikoyi club is a Lagos’ foremost private member family Club, providing first class facilities for about 10,000 members. Besides the golf course, the Club also has many sports and relaxation amenities for members and their families.

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