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NCBA Golf Series Heads To Muthaiga For Its Sixth Installment

Tuesday May 28, 2024

The 2024 NCBA Golf Series is set to make a return this weekend on Saturday, 25th May 2024, as the ‘Home of Golf’ – Muthaiga Golf Club plays host to the sixth leg of the Series.

The Series returns after a brief hiatus caused by inclement weather conditions that affected various golf courses, such as Thika Sports Club and Airforce Golf Club, leading to the postponement of their respective legs of the tournament.

A turnout of over 200 golfers is expected to grace the championship Muthaiga course, renowned for its challenging par-71 layout. The golfers will be vying for coveted slots to compete in the grand finale of the Series later in the year.

Speaking ahead of the event, NCBA Group Managing Director, John Gachora, SAID, “As we return to Muthaiga for the next leg of the NCBA Golf Series, I am thrilled to witness the passion and skill of our golfers on display. This tournament not only showcases the best of Kenyan golf but also embodies our commitment to supporting the growth and development of the sport in our community. I look forward to a weekend filled with memorable moments on the course.”

Muthaiga Club Captain, Bo Ciera said, “We are delighted as Muthaiga Golf Club to be hosting the NCBA Golf Series once again. NCBA has been a key partner of the club for a long time now and we are very delighted that they have given us this opportunity to be part of the series. Our course is in impeccable condition, ready to challenge and inspire golfers of all levels and with the support of our partner NCBA and the enthusiasm of our players, I am confident that this tournament will be a memorable one.”

The tournament will provide an opportunity for six standout performers to secure their slots at the Series 2024 Grand Finale. These slots will be awarded to 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.

Meanwhile, the NCBA U.S. Kids Golf Fall Local Tour tournament continues this weekend at the same venue with at least 100 junior golfers aged between 5 and 18 years old set to participate.

The tournament is jointly organized by U.S. Kids Golf and the Junior Golf Foundation Kenya, with the support of NCBA Bank as part of its continued commitment to supporting junior golf development in the region.

The tournament aims to provide the juniors with a platform to refine their skills and enhance their competitiveness as well as offer the junior golfers a chance to qualify for international tournaments organized by U.S. Kids Golf by earning points for Priority Status.

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