Amateur golfers will converge at the par 72 Thika Greens Golf Resort from
Thursday 24th to Saturday 26th October 2019 for the 2019
Kenya Amateur StrokePlay Championship.
event which counts towards the Kenya Amateur Golf Championship (KAGC) ranking
and the world Amateur Golf Ranking (WAGR) has attracted top Amateurs.
expected to battle it out for this prestigious title is the defending champion
Samuel Njoroge , a plus 3 handicapper from Railway Golf Club. The Winner of
this event will get an automatic slot to play the 2020 Magical Kenya Open,
which will be held in Karen Country Club in March 2020 subject to meeting
European Tour requirements.
players eyeing for the trophy includes the top Junior Mutahi Kibugu from
Muthaiga Golf Club and fellow club mate Zubair Khan, the two Juniors
represented the country in the 2019 Region IV and All Africa Golf Team
Championship. Taimur Malik who won the Just concluded Tea Fields Trophy will
received entries from Uganda and Tanzania – Jakisa Emmanuel, Bulhan
Matovu, Moko Emmanuel, Cwinyaai Joseph From Uganda and Victor Joseph, Ally isanzu
, Godfrey Daniel from Tanzania’ Said Mr. Omuodo. The first round of this event
gets underway from 10.50 am on Thursday 24th October, followed by 36
holes on Friday and finally the last 18 holes played on Saturday.
The Championship will be held in accordance with the Rules of Golf as set by
the R&A and local Rules approved by the Kenya Golf Union ‘ added Mr . Ben
Omuodo – KGU Vice Chairman/ Tournament Director.
Championship has been proudly NCBA Bank Kenya.