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Three Golfers tied first position on opening day of Pakistan Open Golf Championship

Three Golfers tied first position on opening day of Pakistan Open Golf Championship

Three Golfers tied first position on opening day of Pakistan Open Golf Championship

Three Golfers tied first position on opening day of Pakistan Open Golf Championship

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  • Muhammad Alam, Hamza and Ansar shared first place in overall standings.
  • Lahore Garrison Green served as venue for the first round of POGC.
  • Over the course of four days, 18 holes will be contested in competition.
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At the end of the first day of the Pakistan Open Golf Championship, Muhammad Alam, Hamza Taimur Amin, and Ansar Mehmood shared first place in the overall standings.

The Lahore Garrison Green served as the venue for the first round of the Pakistan Open Golf Championship. The competition is played over a total of 36 holes in four separate rounds. Mohammad Alam of PAF Skyview, Hamza Taimur Amin of Islamabad, and Ansir Mehmood of Margalla Greens all shown a high level of competence in the opening round. With scores of 68, all three golfers shared first place in the competition.

Other golfers such as Ahmed Baig, Minhaj Waraich, and Mehboob Ahmed are tied for second place with scores of 72 in the gross category. Participants in the four-day event fall into one of five categories: professional, senior professional, junior professional, or amateur.

Over the course of four days, 18 holes will be contested in the competition. Golfers will compete for the prestigious eight million rupee split prize money granted by the Pakistan Golf Federation as well as the Pakistan National Golf Title.

The national champion will receive a significant payment, according to the regular distribution table, and the other 49 position holders will receive segments in accordance with the established slab.

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The tournament will give youth pros (those under the age of 21) the chance to show off their skills in addition to the competition for the title of Pakistan Champion, and senior golfers (those over the age of 50) will also have the opportunity to sharpen their skills.

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