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NCBA Golf Series Heads to Karen Country Club

Thursday June 13, 2024

The NCBA Golf Series is set to tee off at the prestigious Karen Country Club this Saturday, marking the 7th leg of the series.

The event is expected to attract a field of over 200 golfers, all vying for coveted slots in the Grand Finale scheduled to take place later this year.

The par-72 Karen Country Club is renowned for its beautifully maintained course, which offers both a test of skill and a scenic experience for golfers.

The top performers of the Muthaiga leg have now secured their slots at the Series 2024 Grand Finale. They include the Division 1 Male and Female Winners, Division 2 Male and Female Winners, the Overall Winner of Division 3, and the top performer in the Junior category.

Speaking ahead of the event, NCBA Group Managing Director John Gachora emphasized the importance of the series in promoting golf development and growth in Kenya. “We are thrilled to be returning to Karen Country Club for the seventh edition of the NCBA Golf Series. This event has grown tremendously over the years, and it is gratifying to see such a high level of enthusiasm and participation from the golfing community. Karen Country Club has always provided us with an exceptional venue, and we look forward to another fantastic tournament.”

He continued, “The NCBA Golf Series is an integral part of our commitment to supporting sports and community development. Through these tournaments, we aim to nurture talent and elevate the standard of golf in our region. We believe in creating opportunities for golfers of all levels to compete and improve their skills, and we are proud to be a part of this journey.”

The tournament follows the successful sixth edition held at Muthaiga Golf Club a fortnight ago, which saw a similarly strong turnout of over 200 golfers. Isaac Matubi showcased exceptional skills, securing victory in the Division One category with an impressive 36 Stableford points.

The Division Two Category, for golfers with handicaps between 13 and 24, saw Yogendra Nandha clinch the men’s title, while Sajni Shah’s 40 stableford points earned her victory in the ladies’ division.

In Division Three, which featured golfers with handicaps of 24 and above, Rebecca Juma emerged as the champion after carding a round of 33.

Among the juniors, Alvin Kaisha, playing off handicap 15, stood out with an impressive 35 points, claiming the top spot.

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