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Unified Tee-off for 6th Special Olympics Golf Masters

The first day of the TCG Special Olympics Golf Masters, held at Caesars Golf Macau, kicked off yesterday welcoming over 100 athletes, guardians and coaches from 26 countries and regions. The event will continue until April 21, with beginner level athletes competing in the first two levels of the event, while the world’s best golfers […]

The first day of the TCG Special Olympics Golf Masters, held at Caesars Golf Macau, kicked off yesterday welcoming over 100 athletes, guardians and coaches from 26 countries and regions. The event will continue until April 21, with beginner level athletes competing in the first two levels of the event, while the world’s best golfers with intellectual disabilities will compete in Level 5 for two 18-hole rounds.
Athletes are joined by Guardian Players from the local society to support and challenge the participants to show their innate golfing skills. The event is supported by local businesses with this year’s title sponsor the Tak Chun Group. The event – streamed live on Facebook page @specialolympicsmacaugolfmasters – culminates with the TCG Masters Championship in which the best players will compete with their coaches at Caesars Golf, terminating in a celebration at the Prize Giving Ceremony and Gala Dinner, held on the evening of April 21 at the Sheraton Grand Macao Hotel.

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