Blantyre Sports Club (BSC) golf captain Donbell Mandala led by example when he emerged winner of the National Bank of Malawi (NBM) Golf Day Tournament on Saturday.
Mandala, who scored 38 points, said he was delighted to win the tournament.
â€œThanks to National Bank. We had a wonderful time out there in the greens and the handouts were really fantastic,â€ said Mandala.
Teri Amaro emerged the champion in the ladies category on 33 points, having counted out Stella Hara in a tight contest.
National golf team player Stanford Mayuni was the runner-up in the menâ€™s category with 27 points whereas Masauko Msungama was third on 34 points.
Chimdima Mhango was fourth on 33 points. He counted out zero-handicapped Paul Chidale.
Veteran John Magombo had best front with 20 points while the best back was Alex Pettefer. Magombo was also nearest to the pin (men).
Chidale had the longest drive on hole 17 whereas Lucy Ganiza had the longest drive on hole 2 (ladies). They all received assorted prizes.
National Bank general manager MacFussy Kawawa thanked the golfers for gracing the tournament.
â€œI thank you for your interest to participate in the National Bank Golf Tournament. I am sure you have voiced out your concerns about us to my colleagues during the day,â€ said Kawawa.
He also recognised the bankâ€™s customers who are non-golfers, but graciously accepted the invitation.
Kawawa also took time to share some exciting insights into the great banking frontiers that the bank is embarking on.
The golf captain thanked the bank for the wonderful tournament.
â€œWe were dressed smartly, the handouts were fantastic and the prizes look marvellous,â€ said Mandala.
He also thanked the organising committee and all the golfers.