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22 Oct 2019
Godwin Okoko of Oturkpo Golf Club at the weekend beat defending champion, John Alex, also from the Benue State club, to win the Sixth Awa Ibraheem Junior Golf Championship. Okoko is now the new star of junior golf in Nigeria.  
6 Sep 2019
The Nigeria Golf Federation (NGF) has listed 95 young players for the Sixth Awa Ibraheem Junior Golf Championship scheduled to hold from October 17 to19, 2019 at the Ikeja Golf Club.
6 Sep 2019
The golf event of the 2019 National Youth Games will tee off on September 11 at the National Youth Games, tagged Ilorin 2019, the organisers have disclosed.
7 Jun 2019
Nigeria will soon become an exporter of international standard golf players to the world, the Professional Golfers Association of Nigeria (PGAN) has said. The PGAN has recently started programmes to enhance the standards of the country’s players, the latest being hosting of officials of Professional Golfers Association of Europe top officials on a working visit…
19 Apr 2019
The day is finally here. Officials of the Nigeria Golf Federation (NGF) say the logistics and other things needed for the success of the third NGF/Plateau Junior Open Championship have been put in place..
5 Apr 2019
The Nigeria Golf Federation (NGF) has revealed that the Third Plateau Junior Open Championship will tee off on April 18 at the Rayfield Golf Club Jos. The competition, open to players aged 18 and below, is sponsored by Plateau State Governor, Simon Lalong, who has become a stronger pillar for the sport. According to NGF’s…
21 Sep 2018
The Third Awa Ibraheem Junior Golf Open Championship will hold at the Ikeja Golf Club from October 25 to 27, 2018, the Nigeria Golf Federation (NGF) has revealed. According to the programme made available to The Guardian by NGF’s Youth Development Officer, Emy Ekong, the participating boys and girls from age 16 and below, are…
14 Oct 2016
The Nigeria Golf Federation (NGF) has reminded clubs and players interested in participating at the Third Awa Ibraheem Junior Golf Open Championship that their entries must reach the federation today.
29 Jul 2016
According to the Nigeria Golf Federation (NGF), the country failed to raise the $1,500 (N315, 000) registration fee within the stipulated time and was placed on the standby alongside other defaulting countries when it finally made the payment.
1 Jul 2016
Secretary General of the Nigeria Golf Federation (NGF), Mr. Taiwo Oriss, is not comfortable with the belief in some quarters that the sport is for the elite and therefore does not deserve government patronage.

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