Handicap 26 golfer Charles Njoroge Kinyanjui topped club night yesterday at the par-70 9-hole Kiambu Golf Club. In the seventh event of the ongoing NIC Bank Golf Series, Kinyanjui posted 20 points in the first nine and 21 points in the second nine to emerge best overall with 41 points on count back.

Samuel Ngara Kabundi playing of 12 managed 41 stableford points but came in second after losing on count back with 21 points on the front nine and 20 points on the back nine. Settling for third place was Col Nathan Kigotho playing off 24, with 38 stableford points.

Handicap 11 golfer Gladys Athiru scored 20 stableford points on the first nine and 18 stableford points on the back nine for a total of 38 points to emerge best lady golfer.

George Maara playing off handicap 5 was the gross winner with 79 points beating John Ngure on count back.

In the first nine Francis Waithaka of handicap 18 emerged best posting 21 points with Peter Njirwa of handicap 20 scoring 20 to be the favorite in the back nine.

The NIC Bank Golf Series now heads to Thika and Nyali in the two last events of the series which began in June with the aim of supporting the local golfing industry and introducing their asset finance services to potential customers. nike air max günstig nike air max günstig

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