Kenya Golf Guide

FETED: Naomi Wafula receives the girl’s junior golfer of the year prize from Junior Golf Foundation (JGF) chairman Ashwin Gidoomal at the Royal Nairobi Golf Club today. Photo By JAMES WAINDI.

By JAMES WAINDI (Chief Editor)

Golf Park’s Naomi Wafula and Daniel Nduva of Nyali have been feted as the girl and boy junior golfers of the year respectively following their outstanding performances on the course this year.

The duo was feted during the inaugural Junior Golf Foundation (JGF) Gala Awards held at the Royal Nairobi Golf Club this afternoon.

Wafula who currently plays off handicap four, had a stroke average of 75.10, while Nduva soared high with an impressive stroke average of 73.40.

“I feel honoured to get this award and I would like to thank my coach Rose Naliaka for all this and all other juniors as well, because without them there would be no one to compete against,” said a delighted Wafula who recently completed her class eight exams.

Abraham Abdulahi of the Great Rift Valley Club was the Division A (17-18 years) boy player of the year with a stroke average of 74.10, while Division B (15-16 years) boy player of the year prize went to Sigona’s Kush Mediratta on a stroke average of 78.00 and the Division B girl player of the year was Mercy Nyanchama of Golf Park on 85.70.

Samuel Ndonga of Kenya Railway Golf Club was the Division C (13-14 years) boy player of the year on 80.10, while Mary Monari of Golf Park was the group’s girl golfer of the year.

Windsor’s handicap five player, Akshay Chandaria won the Group D (12 years and below) boy player of the year award on 80.90.

JGF Chairman Aswhin Giddomal lauded the youngsters for their achievements and urged them to improve on their game next season. huarache homme huarache homme

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