Kenya Golf Guide

Charles Maitho follows his tee shot during the Multichoice Golf Day at Vet Lab Sports Club over the weekend.


A second nine score of 21 stableford points was enough for Mike Njogu to beat Peter Kang’ethe and David Kinuthia on back-to-back countbacks and emerge the winner of the MultiChoice Golf Day at Vet Lab golf club at the weekend.

Njogu playing off handicap 24 amassed a total of 39 points after posting 18 points in the first nine to scoop the overall prize in the day long competition that had attracted a large field of 194 participants.

Kangethe playing off handicap nine settled for the men winner prize on 39 points (19, 20) while handicap eight Kinuthia was the men runner-up also on 39 points (19, 20).

Rose Muthemba playing off handicap 18 emerged the lady winner on 35 points and was followed in the lady runner-up position by handicap 16 Mercy Kebaara on 33 points.

Handicap 26 K. C. Kaane posted the best score of the day, an impressive 43 stableford points, but could just settle for the guest prize, while Edwin Mudanyi playing off handicap five finished as the guest runner-up on 41 points.

Philip Wahome playing off handicap 28 was the sponsor winner on 37 points, while Onesmus Kibuna had the nearest to the pin and handicap 36 lady golfer Lucy Mokaya won the best effort prize after she managed 15 points in the 18-hole competition.

Reigning golfer of the year John Karichu had the men longest drive and Michelle Muhanda won the lady longest drive.

Speaking during the prize giving ceremony, MultiChoice acting General Manager Janet Oyugi said MultiChoice, through it’s multi-platforms DStv and GOtv provided great entertainment anywhere anytime including great sporting golf action through SuperSport.
“We are happy with the great turnout and the chance to engage our consumers directly on our compelling family entertainment offering,” said Oyugi.
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