TNM takes golfers to Zomba

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In keeping with its commitment towards improvement of golf in the country, Malawi’s premier mobile network service and ICT operator returns to Gymkhana Club in Zomba on Saturday for a second tournament of the year.

TNM Chief Officer ( Consumer Services) Daniel Makata (L) presenting a prize  to 2016 women champion  Rose Kamphulusa TNM Chief Officer ( Consumer Services) Daniel Makata (L) presenting a prize to 2016 women champion Rose Kamphulusa
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The individual stableford tee-off is sponsored by TNM Digital Transformation and has attracted an over-subscribed field of 84 golfers.


TNM’s Chief Officer - Enterprise Services Vishwajeet Deshmukh, said the tournament is one way of fulfilling the company’s promise and showcasing commitment towards taking golf sport to greater heights.


“Earlier during the Malawi Open golf tournament in Lilongwe, we promised our esteemed golfers that we would come back with another superb tournament in a bid to improve the sport in the country. Now we are back to fulfil our commitment towards the development of the sport,” said Deshmukh.


Deshmukh added that the tournament is a continuation of TNM interaction with customers to strengthen the existing cordial relationship through digital applications.


“Through the tournament, we will interact with customers and reinforce understanding on Digital Transformation. These digital applications are promoting business efficiency in a quest to suit the current market environment,” added Deshmukh.


Deshmukh said TNM is excited to bring yet another episode of golf tournament after recently celebrating 10 years of uninterrupted golf sponsorship in the country.


Apart from the winners’ prizes, TNM has set aside the newly launched Samsung S8 handset for the hole in one challenge during the tournament.


In 2016 Gyamkhana tournament hosted by TNM, Charles Mukiwa and Bose Kamphulusa emerged winners in the men’s and women category respectively.

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