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Faiz and Tenzin win fifth qualifying round
Times news service
June 06, 2014 , 11 : 38 pm GST
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the winners: Faiz Riaz, left, and Tenzin Tsarong, right, receive their prizes. – Supplied photo
Faiz Riaz and Tenzin Tsarong of team Buildmart Oman emerged winners with a score of 62 at the fifth qualifying round of the Xerox Corporate Golf Challenge 2014 at Almouj Golf Course here recently.
Kevin and Karen D'Amours of PDO (nett score of 67) finished runners-up while third place was claimed by Mark Cameron and Sajali Bin Suip (68) of team Ray Oman. Nearest the pin awards went to Aaron O'Hara for ECCO's Hole 4, Bret Archer for Skandia's Hole 14 and Straightest Drive Hole 3, and GeeteshTamse for PWS's Hole 17.
Longest drive awards went to Tenzin Tsarong for PWS's Hole 6, Nasaruddin Mohamed for Crystal Gallery's Hole 10, and ECCO's Straightest Drive Hole 12 Award was claimed by Salim Al Harthy.
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