Ayden Ali and Jada Charles were the big winners at the 2022 Millennium Lakes Golf Open Championships on Sunday at Trincity.
Ali held a two-shot lead going into the final day and shot a final day 79 to win by five shots from Alex Kangoo.
Charles trailed Chloe Ajodha by a shot but fought back to earn a one-shot lead by the 17th hole.
The 2021 Brechin Castle Open champion trailed until the 16th hole at Trinicity before engineering a dramatic comeback to win by four shots as Ajodha carded a triple bogey on the final hole.
In the 1st flight, Kevesh Ramnath retained his title with a two-shot win over Brian Fares.
Ramnath led by two shots after the first day, and matched Fares shot for shot on the final day as both men carded 83s on Sunday.
The 2nd flight was a closely contested affair with Rajnath Jackree edging out Christian Khan on a countback.
Both men carded identical scores of 86 on the first day and 88 on the second day and needed the count back to break the dead heat.
The 3rd Flight, which was staged under Stableford rules was also a close affair with Navin Dookeran edging Rol Seecharan by a single point.
Seecharan held a five-point lead after the opening day, but Dookeran produced 44 points on the final day to win by the slimmest of margins.
Richard Camacho carded 75 and 74 to win the Super Seniors category.
Just under 60 golfers participated in the Millennium Lakes Open Championships, which was staged for the first time since 2019.
The COVID-19 pandemic forced the cancellation of the 2020 and 2021 editions.
Millennium Lakes Open Championships 2022
1. Ayden Ali – 235
2. Alex Kangoo -240
3. Christon Baptiste – 252
1. Jada Charles – 164
2. Chloe Adjodah -168
3. Elise La Borde – 179
1. Kevesh Ramnath – 163
2. Brian Fares – 165
3. Durance Williams – 171
1. Rajnath Jackree – 174 (won on a countback)
2. Christian Khan – 174
3. Sherman St Louis – 175
3rd Flight (Stableford)
1. Navin Dookeran – 77 points
2. Rol Seecharan – 76 points
3. Dwayne Ramlal – 73 points
1. Richard Camacho – 149
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