Kenya Golf Guide

PGK Chairman Riz Charania putts during a past tournament.


Local professional golfers have a reason to smile after the announcement by Kenya Open Golf organizers that there will be a pre-qualifying tournament before the high profile event tees off next week at the Karen Club.

This is good news to the local players who missed the initial 22 slots allocated by the organizers as they have a high chance booking tickets to the 72-hole competition.

The announcement was made yesterday by tournament director Patrick Obath who noted that the pre-qualifier would be held at the Karen Club tomorrow and Friday.

“There will be a prequalifying tournament that is open to professionals registered with the national PGA of their country. Professionals wishing to participate must be nominated to participate by their national PGA. It will be played over 36 holes in the mornings on February 7 and 8 at the Karen Country Club,” said Obath.

The top five players after the two rounds will get direct entry to the 2013 Barclays Kenya Open.  In the event of a tie, then the tie will be decided by count back first over the two days then  if there is a tie then on the scores of the last day as per the normal count back rules.
Entries close on Wednesday 6th February at 12.00 noon Kenya time. maillotdefoots2018 maillotdefoots2018

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