Sugut and Team Shine at KCB East Africa Golf Tour in Nandi
The four-ball of Boaz Sugut, Erick Choge, Josephat Acharo and
Edwin Serem returned a combined score of 117 points to emerge as the overall
team winners at the penultimate leg of the KCB East Africa Golf Tour in Nandi
The runner-up team was David Sum, John Saina, Eileen Chepchumba
and Sosteen Biwot who returned a combined score of 107 points at the luscious
Nandi Bears Course on Saturday.
Seasoned handicap 20 golfer Erick Choge carded an excellent
score of 42 stableford points to clinch the overall winner award beating over
100 golfers who graced the tourney.
“I thank my
four-ball for an amazing outing here at Nandi. The course is in good condition
and our teamwork granted us the victory here today. We are embarking on
rigorous training for the grand finale to be able to compete with the top guns
on December 15.”
The two teams join 14 other teams that have already secured their places in the Pro-Am grand finale event slated for December 15 at the lush Karen Country Club in Nairobi.
On the other hand, Gorrety Mutai playing off handicap 22 was named the lady winner with 36 points.
Kimeli Mutai claimed the longest drive men award while Faith
Chemutai clinched it in the women’s category. David Sum bagged the nearest to
the pin award.
Handicap 18 golfer H. Khokoro plying his trade at the Kakamega
golf course was named the guest winner after carding 35 stableford
The staff winner award was won by Aggrey Mulumbi beating his
closest challenger Timothy Kuria who emerged second in the competition that was
graced by KCB Group CEO Paul Russo.
On Sunday, KCB hosted a ladies’ and juniors’ clinic as the bank aims to expand the sport of golf and a tree planting initiative to bolster sustainability efforts through the series.
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