Monthly Archives: April 2015

McGowan wins Zambia Open

ENGLISHMAN Ross McGowan was yesterday crowned the 2015 Mopani/RedPath Zambia Open champion at Nkana Golf Club in Kitwe. McGowan finished at five-under 67 during Sunday’s final round to finish with an overall total of 13-under. He finished two shots ahead of South African Danie van Tonder. The 33-year-old Englishman said

Lungu calls for sports blueprint

PRESIDENT Lungu has urged sports associations to formulate development programmes that will transform Zambia into Africa’s sports powerhouse. Lungu said sound youth development programmes are important to the development of all sport disciplines. “Establishing a sound junior golfers’ programme, promoting peri-urban golfers tournaments, establishment of an academy for the youth

List of Invitees to the Mopani/Redpath & Zambia Sugar 2015 Opens

Listed below are the names of the golfers invited to take part in the Mopani/Redpath Open and the 2015 Zambia Sugar Open.  ZAMBIAN LOCAL PROFESSIONALS     MOPANI/REDPATH INVITEES                    Reserves   ZAMBIAN AMATEURS   ZGU INVITEES  

Choma Scoop Quadrangular

CHOMA Golf Club on Sunday stunned their opponents when they scooped this year’s quadrangular championship held at their golf course. Choma, who started as underdogs behind defending champions, Chilanga and Nkana, used home advantage to garner 90 points to win the tournament, which was sponsored by Meanwood General Insurance. Chilanga,

Zambia Sugar ‘sweetens’ Zambia Open

ZAMBIA Sugar Plc has released US$150, 000 (about K960, 000) for the hosting of the 2015 Zambia Sugar Open Golf Championship. Managing director Rebecca Katowa handed over the cheque to organising committee chairperson Roy Penney during the contract signing ceremony at Lusaka Golf Club on Thursday evening. Katowa said her