Laferla Insurance will be sponsoring the Club Championship and Ladies Championship, happening at the Royal Malta Golf Club (RMGC) later this week.

This is the second time that the insurance company will be sponsoring the RMGC Club Championship – an event launched back in 1963 that is nowadays considered the ‘premier’ competition of the season.

Keith Laferla
Keith Laferla / LinkedIn

“The sponsorship of both men’s and ladies’ Club Championships cements Laferla’s ongoing commitment towards Corporate Social Responsibility within the Maltese Society,” Joint-Managing Director Keith Laferla said.

“The sponsorship joins a long list of philanthropic contributions that the brand has and will continue to make to the benefit of the community,” he continued.

The Ladies Championship is commencing today, 18th May, and will go on until tomorrow. The Club Championship, on the other hand, will be starting on Friday 20th May and concluding on Sunday 22nd May.

“With the Royal Malta Golf Club in great condition, and weather forecasts seeming optimal throughout the week, low scores and fierce competition should be expected, making for a great couple of tournaments. Good luck too all participants, and play well,” Mr Laferla concluded.

Laferla will also be sponsoring two supplementary competitions throughout the week, including the Centenary Plate for men and the Moya Hann Shield for ladies.


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