Organisers of the Fiji International have today confirmed Total (Fiji) Limited as a partner of the upcoming golf tournament, to be played at Natadola Championship Golf Course from August 14–17.
As the official Fuel Supply Partner, Total has joined the Fiji International as a Silver Sponsor.
Having entered the Fiji fuel market in 2006 Total has established itself as a leader in the inland and marine fuel markets in Fiji, their business consisting of a full suite of ground activities that include retail service stations, commercial and bulk fuels, marine activities, and lubricants.
For the duration of the tournament Total will supply all fuel required for Fiji’s biggest ever sporting event.
“We’re pleased to welcome Total on board for the inaugural Fiji International,” said Matt Porm, Head of Commercial of the Fiji International for SEL.
“With a strong community focus, Total is a highly respected company within Fiji and we hope to work with them to grow our relationship in the coming weeks and months.”
In addition to their Silver Sponsorship, Total is also selling General Admission tickets to the Fiji International through selected service stations.
Total Service Stations now selling tickets include: The Total Tavua, Total Ba, Total Lautoka, Total Navutu, Total Namaka, Total Corner Pt, Total Town end (Nadi), Total Sigatoka. Suva areas: Total Lami, Total Hibiscus, Total Flagstaff, Total Laucala, Total Makoi and Total Nausori.
Thanks to the support of the Fijian Government, tickets are available to Fijian residents at a reduced rate when proof of residence is shown.
The Fiji International golf tournament will be played at Natadola Bay Championship Golf Course from 14-17 August.
Boasting a US$1 million prize purse the Fiji International will be co-sanctioned by the PGA Tour of Australasia and OneAsia with players travelling from all over the world to compete.
Proudly supported by the Fijian Government, the Fiji International is expected to produce a multi-million dollar boost for the local economy, in addition to flow on benefits including the growth of the game in the region.
Fiji’s Vijay Singh and Dinesh Chand are among those competing for the prestigious title.