Dalex Finance, earlier this month sponsored a golf tournament in honour of Vice Admiral Matthew Quashie, for his promotion to the position of Chief of Defence Staff of the Ghana Armed Forces.The event, which took place at the Bok Nam Kim Golf Course near Elwak Stadium, Accra, had in attendance renowned golfers from across the country.William Hackman, Secretary to the Bok Nam Kim Golf Association, in an interview with Guide Sports, expressed gratitude to Dalex Finance, on behalf of the group, for its keen interest in the sport.Dalex Finance are specialists in administering business and salary loans as well as viable investments.The company’s products include loans to companies, enterprises, sole proprietors, etc (Business Finance), loans to Government workers and Police Officers (Fixed Income Loans), the provision of Vehicle Fleet Management Services (Leasing) and Investments.Dalex Finance has offices in Accra, Takoradi, Kumasi, Tamale, Ho, Sunyani, Koforidua and Bolgatanga. Joe Jackson, a board member of Dalex Finance, commented that Dalex Finance was ready to assist any business reach its goals in the country.“At Dalex Finance, we strive to make a genuine difference to the lives of our clients, an attitude that also inspires the way we work together. Many of our corporate and individual customers have grown to trust our proven ability to deliver relevant and efficient services to solve their short and long term financial needs,” Joe Jackson said.He added that, “We have an uncompromisingly customer-focused working environment that is supportive, friendly and team-oriented.”In the Men’s Category A, Gbevlo-Lartey L. emerged first with a score of HCP 14 net 66; followed by Asiedu Ofei and Frimpong F. K. who picked the 2nd and 3rd positions respectively.For the Men’s Category B, Agbemava N. C. came tops with a score of HCP 22 net 66; while Yeboah S. and Owusu Adjapong F.K. were second and third in that order. For the ladies, Hamilton E. was first with a score of HCP 30 net 68, Yeboah P. was second while Brown A. came third.With the seniors, Gyangmah A. was first with HCP 21 net 60 while Sam Jonah picked second place and Benson Poku-Adjei emerged third.