Kenya Golf Guide

Nairobi Governor Evans Kidero putts during the first Barclays Kenya Open Golf Pro Am at Muthaiga Golf Club on Tuesday.


The pair combination of Swedish professional golfer Alexander Wennstam and local amateur Anthony Ngera returned a score of 45 points, after playing rounds of 24 and 17 to claim the top prize in the first Kenya Open Pro-Am tournament at the Muthaiga Golf Club on Tuesday.

It was a good outing for Ngera who managed to roll in one birdie and four pars, as his pro played an impressive 4 birdies and an eagle. The pair finished ahead of the pairings of Scott Fernandez/Moses Matsiko, Mark Williams/Tom Macakiage and former Kenya open champion Jake Roos/Sam Kairu who all scored a 45.

Alexander Wennstam walked away with 450 Euros, while Ngera took home a beautiful prize courtesy of the Muthaiga Golf Club.

“The course is in an excellent condition and it was real nice playing here, the exposure I got from playing with the pros has taught me a lot, winning this was always going to be a bonus.” said Ngera.

Alexander, noted that this was great preparation for the main tournament that tees off on Thursday. “This was great preparation going in for the main tournament on Thursday, I am looking forward to great results.”

The all Kenyan pairing of Simon Ngige and KBL Managing Director finished T4 only one point behind the leaders.

A total of 128 players participated in the first Pro-Am of the 2017 Barclays Kenya Open, including Nairobi Governor Dr. Evans Kidero. The second Pro-Am, sponsored by Barclays Bank Kenya will be held on Wednesday 22nd March, before the first round of the Kenya Open on Thursday. pandora earrings pandora earrings

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