Kenya Golf Guide

SAP Managing Director Eastern Africa, Andrew Waititu (left) and Sammy Onyango of Deloitte share a light note during the SAP Golf Day at Karen.


Muthaiga Golf Club member, Jonathan Ciano, a handicap-10 golfer, played the golf of his life to emerge victorious at the 4th Annual SAP Corporate Golf Day held at the Karen Golf Club. With this victory, Ciano won a fully paid golf trip to the Gary Player Invitation at Sun City in South Africa.

Playing in calm conditions, Ciano fired up the front nine, posting an impressive 1-over par gross score. He returned 1 birdie, 13 pars and 4 bogeys, “I have played golf at Karen for many years and this was the golf of my life,” Ciano commented after his round. “I must thank SAP for inviting me to this event, it was very well organized.” On the back nine, Ciano posted a 2-over par gross score for a total of 43 points. “I look forward to mingling with the world’s top stars at the Gary Player Invitation and the prospect of playing at the Lost City Golf Course is exciting,” Ciano added. “This is definitely the best golf prize I have  won, perhaps the best I may ever win.”

Congratulating the winner, SAP’s Managing Director Eastern Africa, Andrew Waititu said SAP was honored to have hosted the golfers. “SAP has held corporate golf days for the last three years and we are honored to have had such an exclusive group of golfers,” Waititu said. “I would like to congratulate the winners, well done, this golf course may be in pristine condition but it is a very tough and challenging golf course; so well done to the winners.”

SRS Manian playing off a handicap-22 claimed the Men Winner prize with a commendable 42 points. Men Runner- up winner was handicap Suresh Parmar who managed 40 points while men third went to Sam Mwai with 39 points.

Grace Gichuki finished as the Lady winner with 38 points, Betty Gacheru was Lady runner up with 33 points. The nines went to Benoit Raymakers, 23 points and Moses Kiboi 21 points. The longest drive for ladies was claimed by Muthoni Muturi whilst John Plant was the longest drive men winner. Anthony Getambu claimed the Nearest to the pin and Anthony Waititu was the Staff winner with 31 points.

The Team Winners, playing with the dreaded “SAP Yellow Ball” were Citibank’s Moses Kiboi, David Tyrrell and Simon Njunge with 39 points whilst the team of Peter Wambugu, John Muiruri, Amos Ngonjo and Kingori Kariuki were the runners-up with 35 points. The prize for best effort went to Alfred Onyango, a new up-coming golfer. nike air max cheap wholesale nike air max cheap wholesale

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