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Golf News of Monday, 9 December 2019


PGA Championship: Young stars steal show

One of the best things happening to golf in the country is young prodigious talents Engel Adamah and Grace Adamah.

The little whizz kids who are yet to burst onto national consciousness, are already enjoying media blitz following their ineffable performances.

Amazingly, at their ages of seven and six years they are drawing attention to their wonder-Kid status, hence seasoned golfers and cognoscenti of Professional Golf at the just ended PGA Golf Championship are tipping them to be the veritable replacement for some of the aging and prominent lady golfers who are on the brink of retirement after their ceremonial tee-off on day two of the competition. Little Engel, the prodigy of the Tarkwa Golf.

Club articulated that she aspires to reach the limit of her potential. According to the young dazzling golfer preferring golf at infancy to the other sporting disciplines was purely on the grounds that the discipline is a very interesting sport.

Their dad, Roger Adamah, Project Manager at Gold Fields and Captain of the Tarkwa Golf Club, believes breaking Into the amateur ranks irrespective of their young age is not far-fetched.

My coach Kojo Banni, who has won the PGA Golf Championship twice in a row puts me on a rigorous training regime, where I am put through my paces thrice every week to ensure that I become the best "she intimated".

They are both students of Faith Montessori and Child Development Center at Tarkwa and have a little brother, three year old Kweku Adamah who is also being put through same golf lessons and desires to emulate his big sisters.