Kenya Golf Guide

RICHNESS: Left and in glasses is Chairman of KOGL, Mr Peter Kanyago, on the right is Eng Joseph Njoroge, MD of KPLC.


The Kenya Power & Lighting Company Limited [KPLC] Managing Director Eng. Joseph Njoroge, today presented a cheque of Shs. 2 million to the Chairman of Kenya Golf Open Limited, Mr. Peter Kanyago.

This amount will go towards the 2012 Barclays Kenya Open Golf Championship scheduled to be held from March 29th to April 1st 2012 at the Muthaiga Golf Club. KPLC is one of the silver category sponsors of the championship which is the African leg of the European Challenge Tour.

The Chairman of KOGL, Mr Peter Kanyago on receiving the sponsorship from KPLC, said;

“We are grateful to kplc for their support once again and also for increasing their sponsorship to 2M for this year Barclays Kenya Open. It is with support from such institutions that makes this event a great success. KOGL is commitment to putting together a world-class championship of international standards. We are also proud to announce that this year there will be two pro-ams’s played on 28th March. One will be at Muthaiga Golf club, the other at Karen Golf Club. This is a clear indication of the popularity of the event and we as KOGL are delighted to be the host s of such a prestigious regional and international golf tournament”.

The event is expected to attract over 156 international professional golfers with 20 professional golfers and 6 amateurs from Kenya also expected to participate. Seven members of staff from KPLC will be competing at the Pro-Am level. canada goose kinder canada goose kinder

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