Kenya Breweries offers incentives to local golfers ahead of Kenya Open and Savannah Classic tournaments

Kenya Breweries offers incentives to local golfers ahead of Kenya Open and Savannah Classic tournaments

Kenya Breweries Limited (KBL), through its whiskey brand Johnnie Walker, will be the Presenting Partner at this year's Magical Kenya Open Golf Championship.

The tournament, which is part of the elite European Tour, will be held from 18th to March 21, 2021, at the Karen Country Club.

This year, 156 players are expected at the tournament, with over 30 countries being represented. They will include 12 Kenyan pros, with Nigeria, Uganda, and Zimbabwe being represented by a player each.

The sponsorship also extends to the Kenya Savannah Classic which KBL will be the Official Alcoholic Beverage Sponsor. The event, which is also part of the European Tour, will be held from 23rd to March 26, 2021, at the same venue.

KBL will also support local and regional golfers at the tournaments to meet their needs as they strive to adhere to the strict European Tour COVID-19 protocols. This support will be in terms of catering to their needs while they are restricted in the health and safety bubble across both events. As part of its offering, KBL will also reward local players who make the cut after the first two rounds of each tournament with KES 100,000 each.

KBL will also offer a hole-in-one prize for the first player who will hole-out-in-one at the par-3, 16th hole across both tournaments.

There will be a hole-in-one prize for the first player to hole-out-in-one at the par-3, 16th tournament hole across both events, with the winners taking home Johnnie Walker brands.

The events will be broadcasted to over 490 million homes and will locally be broadcasted to millions of households on free-to-air television.

 

 

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