Kenya Golf Guide

FAIRWAY: Part of the Vet Lab Golf Course. The course turned into 18-holes at the weekend.


Nelson Kuyanda played three under 69 to set the course record in Vetlab Golf Club’s new championship course on Saturday. A total of 220 players including members and guests turned up to get a taste of the country’s newest and longest championship course after over three years of redevelopment.

Kuyanda, playing off scratch, was five under with seven holes to go but gave two back on the par four 14th and 16th to   remain ahead of the pack on the gross score. Handicap 18 S. Rukwaro of Kiambu was the overall winner with 42 stable-ford points ahead of Vetlab’s Kazimali Moledina who scored  40 points. Romson Njagi was the guest winner with 36 points, beating  R.C. Patel (34 points).

Vetlab Vice Chairman, Nelius Kariuki, lost to Florence Macharia on counbtback for the ladies’ prize with a score of 32 ponits. Jeet Jobanputra  (31 points) was the junior winner ahead of  Jaydeep Mullick (30 points).

The event was graced by Kenya Golf Union Vice Chairman, Francis Okwara, who lauded the club for “…taking the game of golf to the next level”. The club’s Vice Chairman, Nelius Kariuki, heaped praise on the Second Nine Development Committee for the good work done under the committed stewardship of Paresh Jai and Jim Patel. nike air max bw nike air max bw

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