Kenya Golf Guide

Limuru Club Chairman Yassin Awale (Left), KLGU Chairperson Dorcas Mbalanya and KLGU Rep Western Dr. Rosemary Obara pose with some of the prizes during the Limuru Ladies Open at the weekend.


Naomi Wafula, a student of the Rose Naliaka Golf Academy, is this year’s Limuru Ladies Open winner. Playing off a handicap of 4, she managed an impressive score of 75 to take the lead of a field of 103 lady golfers.

She beat veteran golfer Mary Karano of  Vet Lab Sports Club, playing off a handicap of 6, on countback.

Another protégé of Rose Naliaka, Mary Monari claimed the third position playing a gross score of 79 off a handicap of 7. A former Chairperson of Kenya Ladies Golf Union (KLGU) Shaila Mauladad from Muthaiga Golf Club was the Nett Score winner with a score of 83 gross off handicap 15 for a nett score of 68.

Speaking at the event, the KLGU Chairperson, Dorcas Mbalanya thanked Limuru Country Club for the support they showed for all the Golfing ladies from across the country.

“It was great to see such a large turnout of 103 ladies for the open and 60 men for the mixed foursomes that was played in afternoon” she added. She also thanked the Limuru Country Club Chairman, Yassin Awale, for sacrificing the Muthaiga Open to support the ladies.

The Limuru Country Club Lady Captain, Laureen Gibson, thanked the ladies from all over the country for attending the event. She thanked the Club, through it’s Chairman Yassin Awale for sponsoring the event.

“I thank and salute you for standing by your Limuru Sisters and making this day such a success. To the men, this is the largest turnout that I have witnessed in the mixed foursomes. air max pas cher air max pas cher

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