The executive members of the Ladies Golf Section of the IBB International Golf and Country Club Abuja has said that it is seeking collaboration with the National Council for Arts and Culture(NCAC) Abuja.
Speaking during a courtesy call to the headquarters of culture in Nigeria, the Lady Captain of the Ladies Section of the IBB International Golf and Country Club, Mrs. Richard-Obioha Mary Rose told the Director General of NCAC, who is also the chairman of Golf Course Foundation of Nigeria, Otunba Segun Runsewe that the Ladies Section of the IBB International Golf and Country Club Abuja is seeking collaboration with the NCAC towards making their forth coming 23rd edition of the IBB Ladies Open Golf Championship Scheduled 10th-13th of February a huge success.
Responding, Runsewe commended the Ladies Golfers of the IBB Golf Club for their zeal in sustaining the previous editions of this IBB Ladies Open Golf Championship.
He said he was particularly thrilled by the theme of this year’s edition which is titled, “Proudly Nigerian”.
Runsewe promised to assist them in every way possible towards making sure that this year’s edition of the IBB Ladies Amateur Open Golf Championship will be best of all the pay editions.
The NCAC boss, who is also the chairman of the Golf Course Foundation of Nigeria, expressed happiness that the women Golfing is taking a new and good dimension.
Runsewe commend all the ladies in IBB Golf Club for their commitment and unity.
Responding to the fact that over 182 female golf players including players from African countries have indicated interest to participate in this year’s Annual Ladies Amateur Open Golf Championship, Runsewe promised to make their stay a memorable including, amongst other things, providing the participants with a functional cultural market throughout the duration of the event.
Efforts, he said would be made to ensure that Nigerian Golfers are integrated into the World Handicapped Index (WHI).