Turks & Caicos Triumphs Again: Wins Caribbean Golf Association Tournament for Second Consecutive Year

The Turks and Caicos Islands have once again emerged victorious at the Caribbean Golf Association Tournament, held at Casa de Campo in the Dominican Republic.

In a historic victory, the Turks and Caicos Islands Golf Association (TCIGA) dominated the 28th annual Caribbean Classic Golf Tournament in the Dominican Republic. Led by TCIGA President Fraser Dodds and Vice President Mark Fulford, the team secured wins in multiple categories, showcasing the depth of talent within TCI golf.

Key Points:

  • Clean Sweep: TCI secured wins in all categories, including the men’s and women’s divisions, marking a significant achievement.
  • Individual Excellence: Notable performances from players like Wendy Ayer, Christine Dickenson, Justin Simons, and Mark Fulford contributed to the team’s success.
  • Optimistic Outlook: TCI’s Director of Sports, Jarrett Forbes, and Head Golf Professional, Sean Wilson, express optimism for the future of golf in the region, encouraging more participation.

Looking Forward:
The victory sets a new standard for golf in the Turks and Caicos Islands, signaling a bright future for the sport in the region.

Additional Information:
The Caribbean Classic is a prestigious event organized by the Caribbean Golf Association, attracting amateur players from 12 countries.

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