Vincent Torgah’s last two days efforts in the year ending West African
Golf Tournament (WAGT) was all he needed to win at the Arsenal Golf Club,
Obinze, Owerri, Imo State and the N1.4 million prize money.
The Ghanaian, who was twice runner-up, shot 12 under in 36 holes and
grossed 202 over three days to become the fourth winner of the
His last day was also very spectacular as he played five under (67) to
justify his past close shelves in the events were not a fluke.
Torgah’s closest rival and winner of the maiden edition, Andrew Oche
Odoh, placed second taking home N915, 000 and third placed Gift Willy
In his victory speech, Torgah reflected on the experience since he
became a member of the Tour, “I feel more comfortable and more
confident in my game, because I have been playing regularly and it has
boosted my moral.”
“I had to stay focused, I have been knocking on the door for three
times and I knew this time the chance will be mine.”
Ironically, Torgah was beaten to the second position by Odoh in the
Order of Merit.