Kenya Golf Guide

Coca-Cola Kenya Marketing Manager Lucy Oduor (left) signs the Sh4 Million sponsorship cheque for The 2017 Barclays Kenya Open, looking on are Kathleen Kihanya PR & Sponsorship Director KOGL and Richard Wanjala of KGU.


Coca-Cola Company through the East African Franchise, has announced a Sh 4 million sponsorship injection towards this year’s edition of the Barclays Kenya Open 2017. Coca-Cola, who has been the official water sponsor of the tournament for 7 years, will this year come on board with Keringet Mineral Water, a member of the Coca-Cola family.

Speaking at the ceremony, Coca-Cola Marketing Manager for Kenya Lucy Odour said, “The Kenya Open Golf Championship is a tournament steeped in rich-history; history that we at The Coca-Cola Company are very proud to be a part of. This marks our seventh year as the official water sponsor of the tournament, however this year we will be coming on-board through Keringet Mineral Water, the newest member of the Coca-Cola Family.”

By retaining our presence and participation in a premier golfing occasion such as this, Coca-Cola is able to combine the promise of refreshment with a sense of thrill, celebration and passion for the game of Golf,” she continued.” We know people are increasingly looking for ways to stay hydrated and refreshed throughout the day, and through our diverse product offering, are committed to providing consumers with options, “she concluded.

This year marks the 49th edition of the prestigious tournament, which will be held at the Muthaiga Golf Club between the 23rd and 26th of March.

The Kenya Open Golf championship is the oldest and most prestigious golf tournament in East Africa and is a part of the European Challenge Tour. This year’s field will consist of 156 professional golfers from around the globe with 22 local professionals and 6 amateurs. cheap air max 95 cheap air max 95

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