Kenya Golf Guide
Eddy Njoroge tees off in a past tournament



Young Hapan of handicap 26, fired anoutstanding 42 stable-ford points to come out tops at the Misitu Golf Dayhosted by par-72 Sigona Golf Club Saturday.

In a tournament that was hotly contested,junior golfer Kais Khan playing off handicap 28 managed 41 stable-ford pointsbut was beaten on count back by veteran Ted Macharia, settling for third.

“Third position is good enough but nexttime I am aiming for the jackpot,” said Khan, a year-8 student at KentonCollege Preparatory School. His brother Imran Khan wasn’t as lucky as he posted37 points to slide down to 6th position. The two Khans are the sonsof veteran Rashid Khan, also a member of Sigona.

In fourth position was R K Shah with 41stable-ford points. Shah was in top form but lost on count-back to the youngKhan. Coming in fifth was Pritesh Bhimjiani with 37 stable-ford points followedby Imran Khan at sixth.

M Muhire emerged best guest player with 37stable-ford points.

The 17-event Misitu Golf Series is in itssecond season and is an initiative of the Kenya Forestry Service andco-sponsored by KenGen. The series aims at facilitating dialogue about treeconservation amongst the golfing fraternity.

Misitu Golf Series now moves to Nyali on November 19.

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