April 14, 2024




Latest news on GOLF

KCB EA GOLF TOUR: Kericho team eyeing great show at the Grande finale

Handicap 16 golfer Charles Siele carded 43 stableford points to be crowned the overall winner of the tourney that brought together a field of 104 golfers.

Spaniard Campillo wins Magical Kenya Open

Japan’ Masahiro Kawamura finished in second place just a few strokes ahead of compatriot Ryo HISATSUNE Who was third.

Eyes on Mutahi Kibugu as Magical Kenya Open enters final round

On Saturday, he played for 37 out in the front nine, dropping shots on the par five fourth and par three fifth but had a birdie at the par four sixth.

Mutahi Kibugu to battle for Kenya Open prize purse

Mutahi, elder brother to amateur golfer Njoroge Kibugu who was the sole Kenyan to make the cut in last year's event, played for par in the second rounds to maintain his three under par score

Mostert, Catlin headline Magical Kenya Open leaderboard

The best placed Kenyan after the first round was 22-year-old Muthaiga's Pro golfer Mutahi Kibugu who shot three under par 68 with a bogey-less back nine to rank T20 at the end of the round.

Kenyan golfers ready for Magical Kenya Open

Wu was the champion at Muthaiga last year and playing on the same course for the 2023 event, he will hope to replicate his performance as he gets back in the field this week

KES. 11 million Safaricom boost ahead of Magical Kenya Open

As the official technology partner, Safaricom will provide a fully kitted media centre and Internet connectivity in key functional areas, as well as devices and airtime for communication support.

Big Boost for MKO as Absa announce Kshs.70 Million Sponsorship

The Kenya Open, which was first held in 1967, has grown to become one of Kenya's and Sub-Saharan most prestigious sporting events.

History maker Wafula buoyed by Magical Kenya Ladies Open performance

The hopes of Kenyan golf have been spearheaded by Naomi Wafula in recent history, and this weekend saw her become the first Kenyan to ever make the cut in an LET event

Aditi Ashok wins magical Kenya ladies Open

The 24-year-old came into the tournament with the disappointment of 2019 where she came close to winning the inaugural Magical Kenya Ladies Open, only to finish 2nd