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BATU GAJAH: Seventy golfers took part in the first Perak Amateur Open Men and Ladies 2012 organised by Clearwater Sanctuary Golf Resort (CWS) here.
The participants, aged between 17 and 45, played over 54 holes.
The top winners were Jeremy Chan in the men's category and Hillferah Tan in the women's category. They took home a trophy and a golf bag each.
Chan, 22, a sports science graduate, scored 216 (gross) while 21-year-old Hillferah, a communications undergraduate, scored 219 (gross).
For the men's and ladies' nett, the winners were Mohd Shah Syaizal Md Aris (204) and Amelia Shahzan (210).
CWS director Kenny Yap said prize money worth RM20,000 was given away during the competition.
Also present was Malaysian Golf Association president Tan Sri Mohd Anwar Mohd Nor.