LAHORE - Zeb un Nisa, Shahnaz Moin and Munaza Shaheen emerged as title winners in the 1st Asia School Golf Event backed solely by Aisha Hamid of American School of International Academics and concluded at the Lahore Gymkhana Golf Course on Sunday.

In the handicap category 0-15, the gross winner was Zeb un Nisa, who turned out to be a picture of admiration with her accurate hitting and excellent work around the greens. Her nearest adversary was Ana James Gill, who won the runner-up gross and the former five times national ladies champion, Ghazala Yasmin ended up third. In the handicap category of 0-15, the net section winners were Shahzadi Gulfam (first), Rubab Haider (second) and Bushra Fatima (third).

In the handicap category 16-24, the gross section performers were Shahnaz Moin (first), Aisha Moazzam (second) and Rabia Tiwana (third). The net section was won by Uzma Khurshid while Dr Shaheen Irfan finished second and Dr Fouzia Umber came third.

In the handicap category 25-36; Munaza Shaheen won the first gross, Sumar Omar second and Rabia Rashid third. Minaa Zainab claimed the first net followed by Mehwish Hamayun and Sobia Waseem. In seniors section, Rahina Ehtisham won the first net and Fareeda Yousaf grabbed the first gross.

In the male events, Nasir Irshad dominated the handicap category 0-12 by capturing the first gross prize while runner-up gross was Asim Tiwana and Ahmed Zafar Hayat ended up third. The net section first prize was picked up by Naweed Sharif while Abdul Nafey came second and Syed Tahir Nawazish finished third.

At the conclusion of the 1st Asia School Golf Tournament, Mina Zainab and Bela Azam awarded prizes to the winning ladies. The male section prizes were distributed by Justice Abid Aziz and Sarmad Nadeem, Convenor Golf, in the presence of Ayesha Hamid, Tournament Director and participating golfers.

In the end, Dr. Asma Shami, Chairperson Ladies Golf PGF, was invited to address the participants. Besides praising the conduct of the tournament, she specifically eulogised the flexible regimen put in place by Ayesha Hamid, in facilitating gifted young girl golfers in perusing their passion for golf without compromising on their educational requirements.