Davis Sibande and Rosa Mbilizi shot tops of the stableford shotgun start Standard Bank Customer Golf in Nchalo on Saturday, each carting home a Trojan mini-gym and a trophy.
Sibande, playing off a handicap of 12, scored 40 points whereas Mbilizi, with a handicap of six, scored 35.
John Mphande was second in the menâ€™s category with 39 points, taking home a Trojan Solo 200 elliptical trainer. Thian Myburgh came third with 38 points and was rewarded with a Trojan AB burner 200 while fourth-placed Taonele Khofi, with 35 points, got a braii stand.
In the ladiesâ€™ category, Agness Chiweshe was second with 32 points. She got a Trojan exercise bike and a miniature.
Chiweshe was back for the nearest to pin honours on sixth hole in the ladiesâ€™ category whereas Dan Phiri did it on the menâ€™s section, each taking home a rescue wood and a miniature.
Phiri iced it all with the longest drive credit, bagging a Spalding golf bag and a laptop bag whereas Agnes Penemulungu made it in the ladiesâ€™ category.
Sibande, who said the trick was his â€œgoing for easy golfâ€, said he was excited with his first Standard Bank top honours, igniting the crowd into laughter with his victory speech.
He softly boasted â€œchampions do not have so much to sayâ€ and that the golfers must watch out because the trophy is now his to retain.
Mbilizi said she enjoyed the game, thanking the golfing family for all the support it is rendering her.
Standard Bankâ€™s head of corporate investment and banking, Phillip Madinga, said the bank is living up to its promise of making the tournament an annual event.
â€œIt is our sixth year running. The tourney is a good forum for feedback and fun with our customers. We will be here again next year,â€ said Madinga.
The bank also gave Nchalo Golf Club K100 000 for maintenance of the greens.