Dreams come true as 5 'ordinary' golfers play for S'pore at World Golfers Championship

HIGH FIVE: (Top, from left) For Cody Lim, Sushminder Singh, Ko Yeo, Tan Horng Chiang and David Seow, competing in the World Golfers Championship will be their biggest golfing assignment to date.

Five ordinary Singaporeans, from a wide age range and diverse backgrounds, are set to go on an extraordinary experience.

Almost everyone who takes sports seriously would have had the ambition to represent his country.

For five golfers - Cody Lim (0-5.4 handicap), Sushminder Singh (5.5-10.4), Ko Yeo (10.5-15.4), Tan Horng Chiang (15.5-20.4) and David Seow (20.5-25.4) - that dream is about to become a reality, as they leave for South Africa tonight to represent the Republic at the World Golfers Championship (WGC) in Durban from Nov 1 to 8.

Read the full report in our print edition on Oct 31.

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