Kenya Golf Guide

SAVING THE COURSE: Members of the public crossing in the heart of the Kisii Sports Club Course during a golf tournament.

By JAMES WAINDI (Chief Editor)

Youthful Kisii Sports Club captain Andrew Kombo plans to build a huge water bunker on one end of the golf course to ‘deal with the problem of trespassers once and for all.’

The club, which is the second oldest in the country after Royal Nairobi Golf Club, has been under the threat of extinction because of scarcity of land in the area but members have fought hard to ensure that it still exists.

Members of the public have been using the heart of the course as a short cut route from the town centre to their residential areas daily, damaging the course and even forcing players to halt their game in most cases to avoid hitting the passersby with the balls.

“We have fenced the area numerous times, but members of the public with the support of some politicians have always brought the fence down and continued using the course as a short cut. We now plan to put up a huge water banker at the spot which we hope will no longer be breached, unless someone is ready to swim across it,” said Kombo.

Kombo also promised to improve the image of the club and make it among the best in the country. He also warned politicians against interfering with the club’s development plans. maillots foot pas cher maillots foot pas cher

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