At long last I’m a professional golfer – Augustine Manasseh

Augustine Manasseh Agbenene, a single handicap scratch golfer from the Center of the World Golf Club in Tema, has finally qualify to join PGA of Ghana after trying for the third time.

Speaking to the media after returning a standard Scratch Score of (SSS) 140 over two days at the Samartex golf course in Samreboi in the Western Region, the ambitious young golfer revealed the kind of preparations he put in that ended him -2 to secure him Ghana PGA card.

“” It was not an easy jurney to start of with because I have to put in a lot of work by taking lessons from my coaches and some senior professionals to build my mental thoughness and properly aligned my motions to the game on the course””

“”I wanted to be a professional golfer since the first day I entered the golf course in 2002 so I have been trying hard to win few candies tournaments, club and main national open championships I have participated in.””

“”I played my first PGA qualifying tournament in 2019 and also in 2021 in Damang but could not make the cut to realized my dream so today I am extremely excited when the tournament director announced here at mahogany open that I have made it””

“”As I get ready for my first pro event in my golf career I am going back to school that is the range to have more lessons and practice because I do not intend just to be an ordinary professional golfer but rather being the best in no time so a lot should be expected from me””

Manasseh who was officially playing to handicap two (H2) expressed sincere appreciation to the organizers who are also the sponsors Samartex Timber and Plywood Company Limited, Safari Group and PGA of Ghana for offering the opportunity for them to achieve what they have being dreaming for and also glad to be part of the road to OBOTAN.

By: Rainbowradioonline.com/Ghana

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