Country Club Limbe (CCL) golf course is in need of over K30 million (about $120 000) for the construction of a brick-wall fence around its premises to curb vandalism at the sports facility.
According to CCLâ€™s vice-golf captain David Phiri, the golf course has lost over K1 million (about $4 000) worth of items for the past few months to vandals, who take advantage of the porous wire fence.
He said such useful materials as irrigation pipes, tee-off markers and metal stools have grown themselves wings and disappeared from the facility.
“It has become extremely difficult to deal with this challenge due to the wire fence which has now been reduced to a mat for the vandals. We, therefore, appeal to golfers and well-wishers to help so that we can erect a brick-wall fence,” Phiri said.
CCL is one of the countryâ€™s most useful courses that host prestigious golf events such as the NBS Bank Mugs, the Carlsberg Tournament and the G4S contest.