By El-Amisty Nobo| Follow Amisty on twitter @ElAmistyNobo

The Craig Golf Club in New Tafo in the Eastern region of Ghana was full of luminous effervescent personalities on Saturday, October 19 as the Emerald King of Akyem Abuakwa, Osagyefuo Amoatia Ofori Panin II hit the ceremonial tee shots at 11: 19am to officially open the 2019 Okyehene Invitational Golf tournament.

After a remarkable day of golf extravaganza and an incredible day of clutch performances in the greenie and sustainable environmental forest of the Akyem Abuakwa State, Christopher Mbii was crowned the winner.

Below is the photo report of the 2019 Okyehene Invitational Golf tournament;

Captain of Celebrity Golf Club Geoff Ayornyotse presenting the longest drive award to Elizabeth Captan of the Tafo Golf Club
Acting Corporate Services Executive at MTN, Robert Kojo Kwuam Kuzoe presenting the fourth place winner in the Mens Group A to Kofi Yeboah from the Tafo Golf Club
Dr Francis Oppong, pass vice president of the Ghana Golf Association presenting the female closest to the pin award to Constance Awuni from the Royal Golf Club, Kumasi
Kwesi Amoafo, captain of the Achimota Golf Club presenting the award to the runner-up in the Ladies Group B event Gladys Awuni of the Tema Country Golf Club
Okyenhene Osagyefuo Nana Amoatia Ofori Panin II presenting the ultimate winner in the women Group A category Constance Awuni with his prizes
President of the Tafo Golf Club Prince Kofi Amoabeng presenting the third place winner in the Mens Group B Mike Adu-Domfeh of the Royal Golf Club
Sir Sam Jonah, the Executive Chairman of Jonah Capital, presenting the winners prize in the ladies seniors category to Margaret Oduro
Christopher Mbii and Constance Awuni displaying their prizes

The champions file:

Men’s Group A

Christopher Mbii – 40 points

Kofi Akyene – 38 points

Ekow Nyarko – 37 points

Kofi Yeboah – 36 points

Men’s Group B

Nash Antwi – 1st

Kofi Gyimah – 2nd

Mike Adu Gyamfi – 3rd

Nana Yaw Bamfo – 4th

Ladies Group A

Constance Awuni – 1st

Okyie Gyeabour – 2nd

Ladies Group B

Gladys Awuni – 1st

Ellen Appah – 2nd

Seniors [Women]

Maggie Oduro – 1st

Seniors [Men]

Charles Martey – 1st

Joe Dadson – 2nd

Longest Drive [Men]

Jerry Tetteh – 1st

Longest Drive [Women]

Elizabeth Captan – 1st

Closest to the pin [Men]

Christopher Mbii – 1st

Closest to the pin [Women]

Constance Awuni – 1st

As a sport that teaches a lot of life skills, golf as a single player sport should have access to everyone and should be more inclusive.

The 2019 Okyehene Invitational Golf tournament was proudly sponsored by MTN Ghana.