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June, 28 2013 11:05:41

Faldo Series nurtures aspiring golfers

The Faldo Series Vietnam Championship for young golfers will be held at the Laguna Lang Co Golf Club in Thua Thien-Hue Province from July 27-28.

Vietnamese golfers aged 12 to 21 will compete over 36 holes at the newly open golf course. With the field divided into age groups – two for boys and two for girls – the four winners will qualify to join Nick Faldo for the eighth Asia Grand Final at Mission Hills Golf Club in China next March.

Vietnamese golfers born in 1992 or later who wish to enter the tournament should email info@vga.com.vn or visit www.vga.com.vn.

The Faldo Series tournaments take place in 30 countries worldwide with more than 7,000 golfers participating each year.-VNS


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