Asgarali, who has been making a steady improvement in his game lately, lifted the top honour after recording 40 points in the 18-hole tournament.
“I didn’t expect to win this tournament and I thank the lord and my caddy for this success,'' Asgarali said after the victory.
The golfer disclosed: “I was very nervous throughout the tournament and I thought I wouldn’t win this event, with all the other players playing good golf.”
The Tanfoam Limited-sponsored event saw the DGC experienced golfer, Joseph Tango, end as runner-up after posting 37 stable ford points.
''It was not my day and I should have won this tournament but I have learnt from my mistakes that I made on the course and next time it will be better,'' Tango said.
Fatma Makame finished third with 36 points, Ellis Katwebaze took the fourth position, losing to Fatma on count back.
The DGC Competition Secretary, Kiki Ayonga, commended golfers who turned up to mark the Tanfoam Special Golf Tournament, making it a success.
Kiki said: “I want to thank all participants. Without them, we could not have staged this tournament.''
Little known golfer, Vicky Elias, also had a field day. She won guest winner prize with 31 points.
Vicky said: “I’m very happy to be part of the winners at the tournament, it went really well and the competition was tough.''
Vicky said that the DGC is one of perfect places to be when it comes to golf and she is enjoying being there and uses the event and time to prepare for a big showdown, namely Lugalo Ladies Open.
The nearest to pin award also went to Vicky.
Abbas Lalji, one of Tanfoam Limited officials, noted they have been impressed by huge turnout of golfers in the event.
“Tanfoam Limited is looking to organize a golf tournament at this club every month,'' Lalji revealed.