Over 200 golfers have registered for the 13th edition of the Dasani Golf Gala which will be held at the Karen Country Club on Saturday, the 30th of July 2011. Speaking from the Coca-Cola offices, Peter Njonjo, the Coca-Cola General Manager for East Africa said the Championship was now in its penultimate stages. “The 2011 Dasani Golf Gala teed off in March and so far we have visited 12 different venues where over 2,000 golfers from 23 different golf clubs have met and competed for slots into the Grand Finale,” Njonjo said. “Karen is our 13th venue and four teams will qualify for the Grand Finale.” The winning team from the Dasani Golf Gala Grand Finale will win a VIP trip to participate in the PGA TOUR Championship, presented by Coca-Cola at the East Lake Golf Course in Atlanta, the home of Coca-Cola.

Commenting on the event, David Tyrell, the golf captain said that golfers and guests would find a challenging but fair golf course. “The course at Karen has been enjoying regular rain showers and is in great shape,” Tyrrell said. “With the rains of course comes some challenging conditions and golfers are well advised to keep their golf balls on the fairways.”

Coca-Cola President for Central, West and Central Africa Businee Unit, Nathan Kalumbu will tee off at 8am in the company of Peter Njonjo, the Coca-Cola GM for East Africa, , Roger Gauntlet, the Marketing Director CEWA and Saider Sibanda, the GM of Beverages Services Kenya. Coca-Cola’s Joseph Kibuchi, YG Getachew, Lionel Marumahok and Martin Mutura, tee off at 8.08am. “Roger is a member of Karen is bound to play better than us at Karen,” Njonjo added. “But we are determined to give him a run for his money.”


The players to watch at Karen will include former captain, Jimmy Kimondo, Paul Kaguamba, long hitting Owino Ayodo and one of Kenya’s most lethal golfers, Amos Ngonjo!  Sam Onyango, Elijah Adul and Tom Mulwa tee off in the afternoon and David Russell will enjoy the company of Neil Cuthbert, one of the best amateur golfers at Karen. The Captain, David Tyrell, plays in the company of Ollie Gray, James Scott and Hilary Scot. Peter Kanyago adn Ken Kubasu tee off late in the afternoon. The winning team score at Karen is expected to be in the 110-point region. nike air max weiß nike air max weiß

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