April 14, 2024




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Mapwanya and Ngige joint top as Safari Tour continues at Karen

During Monday’s second round Mapwanya, who collected 10 pars and eight birdies, four in each half in the bogey-free round, said he was encouraged by the great condition of the course which offered players a great chance of low scoring compared to the way the Limuru Course was playing a week ago.

Wanjiru and Ngeera tee off their Pro dream with Nanyuki Victories

The Safaricom Golf Tour aims to make golf accessible to all across the country with an emphasis on opening up competitive opportunities and training to junior golfers

Former caddie victorious at Safaricom Golf Tour opening leg in Nanyuki

Bundi scored a first nine 19 before returning 20 on the second nine to additionally secure a slot at August’s grand finale at the pristine Vipingo Ridge in Kilifi County.

All set for Safaricom Golf Tour opener in Nanyuki

The Nanyuki leg, which will played over 18 holes will be preceded by community engagement at Kano Grounds.

Golf terminologies explained: The As and Bs

In order to demystify golf, it is important to become familiar with the terminologies around the game. Over the next few weeks, we will take you through the various terms, in an alphabetical manner.

Nanyuki to host Safaricom Golf Tour opening leg

The course  has played host to a series of leading golfing tournaments in the country over the years and has again proven to be a destination of choice for this innovative golf competition.

Safari Tour: Chinhoi beats Ooko and Madoya to Limuru title

Ooko started the final round well and looked to be on course for victory especially after a strong front nine performance even as Chinhoi stalked him ever so closely.  

Safari Tour: Ooko, Madoya share lead ahead of final day at Limuru

Zimbabwe’s Robson Chinhoi is third on the leaderboard after posting a three under par 69, which was the day’s best score while Madoya carded a one under 71 with Ooko returning a par 72 score.

Inaugural Safaricom Golf Tour Launched

Tour to feature corporate, junior and caddies competitions as well golf clinics for the youth

Tiger Woods rules out full-time return to golf after serious car crash

"I think something that is realistic is playing the tour one day - never full-time, ever again - but pick and choose, just like Mr (Ben) Hogan did. Pick and choose a few events a year and play around that.