THE Lusignan Golf Club (LGC) will celebrate the accomplishments of Colin Ming, the golfer, with a special tribute and competition from 09:00hrs today at their nine-hole course.
The event will tee-off with a nine-hole shotgun-start competition in his honour, followed by tributes, a presentation and a celebration ceremony.
According to information from the club, golfers will also take part in a celebratory meal and drinks, while observing all COVID-19 protocols.
By yesterday morning, 29 golfers had registered for the competition with the possibility of more turning out to play.
Members of the Ming family are also expected to journey to the country’s lone golf club.
After welcome remarks by MC Anasha Ally, several members of the club are expected to pay tributes, including LGC president Pur Persaud, captain Patrick Prashad, vice-president Paton George, his good friend Brian Glasford, groundskeeper Mike Guyadin, followed by an ‘Open Mike’ session.
“Our hearts and prayers continue to be with the Ming family during this period of loss and mourning,” information from the club stated.
Ming, who was involved in a road accident on Thursday, April 1, died the following day. He was a giant in the sporting world and was buried last Thursday.
At the LGC, he was a respectable golfer, who won several competitions over the years. He last played with a handicap of 13.