Kenya Golf Guide

Albert Musasia follows his tee shot during the event at Kitale Golf Club.


John Muhanji from Nyanza Golf Club was in an excellent form at the weekend, beating a field of 100 players at the par-73 Kitale Golf Club course to claim top honours in the inaugural Betway tournament.

The handicap 28 player fired a total of 5 under par 68 nett to walk away with the overall title.

The event drew amateur golfers from Nandi Bears Kitale and Nyanza.

Speaking afterwards, Muhanji attributed good luck for his victory. “Sometimes when you wake up on the good side of the bed you just find yourself doing well. Today was one of those days. Furthermore, I played with some jolly players and this encouraged me a lot. It is an honor to have won this tournament and I want to thank Betway for supporting this event,” Muhanji said.

The runners-up honors went to handicap 13 Collins Kebenei of Nandi bears who shot 3 under par 70 nett while home player John Thuo came in third with a score of 2 under par 71 nett.

Thuo beat club mate Jacob Tum (handicap 26) on count back.

Ruth Kae was the lady winner. She collected 76 points to finish ahead of Zainabbu Rutto.

The first nine winners was Patrice Tomno (32points) with Ezekiel Mutai (31 points) claiming second nine honors.

Longest Drive Men honours went to F. Barasa with Zainabbu Rutto winning the ladies longest drive. Neatest to the Pin honors went to Sandhya Shah.

Betway Kenya Chairman Kiprono Kittony urged for a positive attitude towards betting.

“There are many positive aspects of betting and as a company we are sponsoring many sporting events in the country to promote talent,” Kittony said.

Betway Kenya Country Manager Wanja Gikonyo announced during the event that the company has already launched talent search for footballers countrywide.

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