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Lakowe Club Championship

9 Dec 2021
Three-handicapper, Peter Eben-Spiff, last Sunday, upturned an eight-stroke deficit from the opening round of the Sixth Lakowe Lakes Golf Club’s ‘Club Championship’ to win the event for the third straight edition.
3 Dec 2018
Seven handicapper, Richard Smith was yesterday the run-away winner of the 2018 Lakowe Lakes Golf Club Championship in Lagos, after shooting 163...
30 Nov 2018
A record number of golfers have signified their intention to swing clubs at the Lakowe Golf Estate’s 2018 Club Championship that tees off tomorrow and rounds off on Sunday.

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