Kenya Golf Guide

CJ Wangai in action today.


PGK captain Charles John Wangai is optimistic of putting up a good show and finishing top ten when the KCB Karen Masters gets underway in 17 days’ time.

The golfer has been having early morning training at Sigona Golf club in readiness for the big event. He believes the Karen Country club course will play a major factor in determining who wins the continental outing.

“Playing sufficiently will be vital in this outing, if you aren’t careful in the front nine you may end up burning out in the back nine, I will also be visiting the course at Karen to understand the technicalities of playing there later in March”, said Wangai.

The golfer says he will play target golf at the KCB Karen Masters.  Karen Country club embarked on greens reconstruction in April last year. Each of the greens has taken about 3 months from excavation, preparation, seeding to opening. The last green will be opened on the first week of March 2017 with KCB Karen Masters acting as the grand opening of the new course.

Golfers will have difficulty at holes No. 6 and 12. Hole no. 6 is the longest Par 4 at 472 yards and it’s Stroke Index 1. It has trees and a bush on both the right & left side and one is playing against the wind.

Hole No. 12 is a Par 4 and has a dam on the left side of the fairway and out of bounds on the right.

Most players have their first shot landing in the water. Karen Country club signature hole is the 14th boasting of two water features; one between the tee and green and the other on the left of the green.

22 local pros will face international Pros during the March outing aiming to grab major victories. cheap nike air max 95 trainers cheap nike air max 95 trainers

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