Kenya Golf Guide

KenGen presents a cheque of 250,000 to Sigona Golf for CSR projects.

By FIDEL ONO (Writer)

Seasoned lady golfer Maureen Wroe braved a wet course to emerge the overall winner of the Kengen Golf Day at the par 72 Sigona Golf Club at the weekend.

Wroe playing off handicap 21 posted a total of 42 points to carry the day. She played level par on the par five hole nine after dropping single shots in the previous holes, to finish the first nine on 20 stableford points.

In the second nine, she leveled par three hole 11, par three hole 14, par five 15th and par four 16th holes for a second nine impressive score of 22 to make a total of 42.

Paul Dhanani playing off handicap 12 settled for the runner-up position on 40 points. She started the first nine brightly with level pars on the par four second hole two, par three hole three and par five hole four, before sinking a birdie on the par three hole five and leveled par five ninth hole for a first nine score of 20 stableford points.

In the second nine, Dhanani leveled par five tenth hole, par four 12th and par five 15th, before playing back-to-back pars on the last two holes, par four 17th and 18th for a second nine score of 20 stableford points.

Handicap 23 Jagdeep Channa needed a second nine score of 20 stableford points to beat Neil Shah and Maysam Kimji on count back to finish third on 38 points (18, 20). Shah playing off handicap 10 was fourth on 38 points (19, 19) and Khimji playing off handicap five settled for fifth position on 38 points (19, 19).

Chetan Hindocha playing off handicap 12 won the first nine prize on 22 points, while the second nine honours went to handicap 12 Mwaura Kariuki on 19 points.

David Muthike playing off handicap `16 won the guest prize on 37 points (19, 18), with Kengen Managing Director Eddie Njoroge playing off handicap 10 settled for the staff runner-up position on 24 points (11, 13).

Handicap 17 Engineer Mwiti of Limuru Country Club was the tournament’s guest winner on 35 points (17, 18), while Royal’s Timothy Kuria playing off handicap 24 finished as the runner-up guest on 33 points (14, 19).

Wroe also won the nearest to the pin prize, and the longest drive prize went to Kabir Choda. huarache femme huarache femme

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