KGC


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KGCKentucky Grilled Chicken (fast food)
KGCKing City (Amtrak station code; King City, CA)
KGCKnights of the Golden Circle
KGCKnight Grand Commander (chivalry order)
KGCKingscote, South Australia, Australia (Airport Code)
KGCKeisokugiken Corporation (Japan)
KGCKids get Care
KGCKing George County (Virginia)
KGCKobe Golf Club (Japan)
KGCKansai Gay Chorus (Japan)
KGCKaotic Gaming Central (gaming clan)
KGCKing's Gate Club (retirement community; Florida)
KGCKugayama Golf Club (Japan)
KGCKnown Good Cable
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'It's my best score at the KGC but I'd say congratulations to Matloob who was a deserved winner.'
The categories in the championship included 36 holes each for KGC Professionals/ Caddies, Senior Professionals, Junior Professionals, Seniors and Ladies.
In ladies gross, Aania Farooq (AGC) was winner with gross 152 while Humera Khalid (KGC) was second.
The 46 golfers shortlisted after two-day cut participated from all over Pakistan played with clear visibility on KGC's greens.
In addition, a two days match for local professionals and caddies of KGC is also underway.
The tournament was planned to celebrate the 72nd Independence Day of Pakistan by KGC and United Marine Agencies (UMA), the event's sponsors.
Plus, in the event of a large-scale maritime accident, the KGC will be able to provide a quick response as it has easy access to the ocean as well as Korea Aerospace University that can also help with rescue missions.
Meanwhile, the relevant authentication logs are recorded in a form of blocks which would be merged and distributed between satellites and the KGC. We describe the logical structure of this system as in Figure 1.
[Cert.sub.X]: X party's identity certification being issued by the KGC.
KARACHI: Brilliant Zuhaib Asif of Defence Authority Country and Golf Club annexed the 16th edition of Sindh Amateur Golf Championship which culminated here at the Karachi Golf Club (KGC) on Sunday.
The research was being carried out with support from the Korean Ginseng Corporation (KGC), a South Korean firm that had become the largest buyer of New Zealand deer antler velvet.