HOQ Tee-Up Golf Tour­na­ment with Tus­can Re­ward

The Malta Independent on Sunday - - LIFESTYLE & CULTURE -

Homes of Qual­ity hosted another suc­cess­ful golf tour­na­ment at the Royal Malta Golf Club with a record 150 par­tic­i­pants com­pet­ing for the cov­eted prize. At stake was, the best lo­cal tour­na­ment prize on of­fer, a trip for two to Tus­cany (in­clud­ing green fees) to Tus­cany’s Terme di Satur­nia Golf Course.

Homes of Qual­ity, as sole agents, are pro­mot­ing Borgo Case Bardi, a newly launched pri­vate gated es­tate of tra­di­tional Tus­can houses with pri­vate gar­dens and a com­mu­nal pool, lo­cated along­side the Terme di Satur­nia Golf course and close to Tus­cany’s stun­ning me­dieval Scansano vil­lage. This hol­i­day was the cov­eted first prize of this, the pres­ti­gious HOQ golf tour­na­ment.

Luc Schem­bri took the hon­ours of the 7th Edi­tion of the tour­na­ment which has grown in pop­u­lar­ity since its in­cep­tion in 2007. As per pre­vi­ous events, the tour­na­ment in­cluded sep­a­rate men's and women's Stable­ford com­pe­ti­tions. The top 72 scores from two rounds then qual­i­fied for the fi­nal round that took place on Sun­day 15 Oc­to­ber.

The com­pe­ti­tion was fiercely con­tested, but it was Luc Schem­bri who came out on top scor­ing 79 Stable­ford points over the two rounds (38 plus 41), and win­ning by 2 points over Best Man Stephen Knights (40 plus 37). Best Lady hon­ours were taken by Miho Kara­sawa with 74 points (39 + 35).

Prizes were pre­sented by Gra­hame Salt, di­rec­tor of Homes of Qual­ity, to the win­ners dur­ing the lun­cheon hosted by Homes of Qual­ity at the Royal Malta Golf Club.

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