Meru Valley Resort’s 25th annual club championship saw two thrilling days of golfing prowess on October 13 and 14 with a total of 45 players squaring-off, all vying for the coveted crowns of Club Champion.

On the well-manicured course, the championship teed-off spectacularly with a field of five ladies and 40 of men going head to head in their respective tournament’s category in pursuit of coveted top spots in one of the most anticipated events on the club’s golfing calendar.

The electrifying event saw Tan Chee Kean, handicap 1, seize the Men Club Champion title by a 154-shot victory over Teh Chew Choong in the Men’s Category after repeatedly played three rounds at hole 18 to determine the winner. Meanwhile, the ladies’ crown was successfully defended by Sally Choo, handicap 10, who effectively kept up her momentum and continued her winning streak two years running with a total score of 177 over Tomoko Ikawa, score of 189. All the players rose splendidly to the occasion in displaying some impressive golf skills.

A prize presentation ceremony with lunch at the Dome Restaurant of the clubhouse concluded the day. Both club champs were presented with a customary challenge trophy together with other prizes by Shaifuzan Bahari bin Shamsul Bahari, CEO of Meru Valley Resort and Edwin Tan, Executive Director of Operations Meru Valley Resort.