Kenya Golf Guide

Members of Kenya and Uganda teams pose for a photo with Kenya Golf Union Officials during a past the first edition of Victoria Cup at Muthaiga Golf Club.


The Vet Lab Sports Club will be the host of the third edition of the Victoria Cup; a seasoned golf tournament between Kenya and neighbours Uganda; to be played between July 25 and 28.

This was announced yesterday by Kenya Golf Union chairman, Lucas Maranga who expressed confidence in the preparations to host the four-day tournament.

The competition, jointly organized by the Kenya Golf Union (KGU) together with the Uganda Golf Union (UGU) is set to draw some of the best players from the two neighboring countries.

At KGU, we have a capable team that has been working around the clock to ensure that we are prepared well in time to host the Uganda team for the Victoria Cup at Vet Lab. The course at VetLab Sports Club is a perfect venue for the competition and we look forward to a great match with our neighbors,” said Maranga.

This will be the third edition of the rotational Victoria Cup between Kenya and Uganda, with the inaugural tournament that took place at Muthaiga Golf Club in 2016 before moving to Uganda’s Entebbe Golf Club in 2017; where the Kenyans lifted the trophy in both occasions by beating the Ugandans with a single point in the first edition and two points in last years edition.

The format of the event just like in the last two years, will be a combination of foursomes, fourball betterball and singles with each country fielding a team of 10 players. The Kenya Golf Union (KGU), is yet to name the players selected to represent Kenya in the tournament that has fielded some of Kenya’s best golfers notably Alfred Nandwa (turned pro), Samuel Njoroge, John Karichu and Edwin Mudanyi.

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