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Sar Sithik triumphs at City Golf Championship

Sar Sithik triumphs at City Golf Championship

The third City Golf Championship concluded on Sunday with Sar Sithik emerging victorious by a single stroke.

A field of 57 golfers took to the greens of City Golf Course in Phnom Penh’s Sen Sok district to battle it out over two rounds.

Sar Sithik claimed a cash prize of $300 as well as the winner’s trophy, a coupon for nine holes and use of the driving range at the course and a petrol voucher for 200 litres at Tela stations.

Runner-up was General Tea Banh, the Minister of National Defence, who picked up $200, course coupons and 100 litres of free gas.

A man identified only as Bunna by tournament organisers claimed third to receive $100, coupons and 100 litres at Tela.


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