Elwils Putters look set to club a slice of sporting history by winning the maiden 2019 Wheelchair Minigolf Clubs League as they maintain the top position on the log ahead of the final week matches on Saturday.
Since the commencement of the novelty competition, Elwis Putters have held onto the top position and remain favourites to win the competition -- six points adrift of their closest challengers Victory Putters after the third week of competition.
They occupy the top spot with 30 points and a score of 623, and 28 holes in 1, with Victory Putters following closely with 26 points, a score of 602 and 36 holes in 1.
Amazing Putters are in the third position on the log with 24 points, a score of 598 and 27 holes in 1.
Last Saturday, Philip Borketey of Raiders Putters Club won Best Single Score for the day with cash prize presented by President of Ghana Wheelchair Minigolf Association (GAWMA), Mr Lion Wilson Agbesi, while Emma Abban and teammate Beatrice Adobea won the Best Duo Score and a cash prize from Mr Elvis Alipui, national coach of GAWMA.
The weekly cash prizes are part of the sponsorship package provided by Caesars Court, the official sponsor of the league.
Ahead of the final week showdown at Caesars Court, Ridge, Elwils Putters captain, Samuel Okpoti, has expressed his confidence that his side would make history by winning the world’s first-ever Wheelchair Minigolf Clubs League title.
The competitions ends on Saturday at Caesars Court, Ridge
He assured their fans Elwils Putters would get the job done and so they must come to Caesars Court on Saturday to witness sporting history being made as 2019 GAWMA League champions.
The final Matchday 4 matches will tee off on Saturday, December 14 at 1.00 pm with the awards night coming off the following day at 7.00pm.