KOGL is a company incorporated in the Republic of Kenya and having its registered offices at the Muthaiga Golf Club. Mr. Peter Kanyago is the current Chairman of KOGL.
KOGL is owned by Kenya Golf Union (KGU), which was set up in 1928 as the national representative body of the golf clubs in Kenya. Other than tasking KOGL to manage the Kenya Open Championship.
KGU is also responsible for maintaining a harmonized handicapping system and ensuring that the game is played according to the internationally accepted Rules of Golf.
Golf Talent Foundation is mandated to search, identify and develop golfing talents across the country.
The four main strategic objectives of GTF are:
→ To create a culture of success in Kenyan Golf
→ To provide excellent preparation for teams and individuals competing for Kenya.
→ To establish high quality talent development structures and programs which link clearly and effectively
→ To maximize the resources available by working in partnership and delivering results.
The Junior Golf Foundation which is tasked with the responsibility of promoting junior golf activities has been vibrant with many junior activities being held over school holidays.
KLGU’s objective is to uphold the rules of the game, to promote the interests of Ladies’ Golf and decide all doubtful and disputed points subject to the Rules of the Royal and Ancient Golf
Club of St. Andrews, Fife, the Ladies Golf Union of Great Britain and Ireland (LGU) and the Kenya Golf Union (KGU) as the authority controlling golf in Kenya.