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NIGHT OF CELEBRATIONS: Patrick Daniel, editor-in-chief of the English & Malay Newspapers Division of SPH (second from right), with Team SunMoon.
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NIGHT OF CELEBRATIONS: Alvin Tay (in white), editor of The Business Times, congratulating members of SPH Sultans of Swing.
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IN ACTION: Patrick Daniel strategising his next move at the fairway
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FUN ON THE GREENS: Chill-out time at the fairway
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FUN ON THE GREENS: Jeff Mannering, managing director of Audi Singapore.
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FUN ON THE GREENS: Bank of Singapore (OCBC) have been a staunch supporter of the league.
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FUN ON THE GREENS: Timothy Lim (left) and Ven Sreenivasan from SPH Sultans of Swing
BT CORPORATE GOLF LEAGUE 2014

Team SunMoon in a galaxy of its own

They win the BT Corporate Golf League for the 3rd straight year, creating a hard act for others to follow. By Justine Moss
Oct 4, 2014 5:50 AM

AFTER six rounds of competition stretching over three months, players from 20 teams which took part in The Business Times Corporate Golf League 2014 let their hair down and partied at a grand finale dinner on Wednesday. Entertained by the three-man band Reverie at the Sentosa Pavilion fronting