Frank Gadzekpo and Commodore James O. Kontoh followed in the second and third positions with 64 and 65 points respectively.
The keenly contested competition also saw Nana Krakue take the first position in group B with 67 points while Sir Sam Jonah came second with 69 points and Edward Abrokwah coming third with 70 points.
In the women category, Rabi Ibrahim was crowned the winner with 65 points with Esther Antwi coming second with 70 points.
In other results recorded in the games, seasoned golfer Kwesi Mensah hit the Closest-to-the-Pin with 18 inches in Hole 5 while Japheth Achola once again won the Longest Drive after winning it at the 84th Airtel Golf Open held at the Celebrity Golf Club last Saturday.
Organised to launch the Bok Nam Kim’s Putting Green Project, the competition saw 40 golfers from across Africa come together to battle it out for the title at stake.
Speaking in an interview with the Times Sports, Alhaji Yusif Ibrahim revealed an interest to organise the competition every year to help promote golf in the country.
“We want to do this every year to help promote golf in our country. We want to use this kind of competitions to help lure people especially the young ones who think golf is a game for only the rich” he said.
By Enoch Ntiamoah