April 14, 2024




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Kibugu relishing Magical Kenya Open experience

“Experiences have matured me, big tournaments, and also my coaches have helped me develop this attitude. It’s amazing this week, it’s different, when I look on TV and see my name, I don’t believe it’s me but it’s a good feeling.

Kenyan Pros miss the cut at Magical Kenya Open

Kenyan pros failed to make the cut at the close of the second round of the Magical Kenya Open presented by Absa at the Muthaiga Golf Club on Friday 4 March 2022.

Sharma shines to take narrow Magical Kenya Open lead

The Indian engaged in a nip-and-tuck battle with Japan's Masahiro Kawamura throughout day two at Muthaiga Golf Club but a birdie-birdie finish saw him get his nose in front at 10 under after a 67.

Kenyan youngster Kibugu makes the cut at Magical Kenya Open

Kibugu follows in the footsteps of Boniface Simwa who was the last amateur to make the Kenya Open cut way back in 2010, eventually finishing 38th overall.

Gavins takes overnight lead as Kenyans struggle at Magical Kenya Open

Beginning on the back nine, Gavins took advantage of the par-five 10th and responded to back-to-back bogeys from the 13th by making six birdies in a seven-hole stretch around the turn.

All eyes on Kenyan contingent as Magical Kenya Open tees off

Four from this group, notably Ngige, David Wakhu, Mediratta and Nduva will receive a cash token of Ksh 200,000 each as part of a Ksh 3m sponsorship package from Absa Bank Kenya aimed at enabling them meet tournament costs

Absa Boost for local Pros ahead of Magical Kenya Open

With a prize purse of $2 million, the 2022 MKO draws over 150 golfers from Kenya and around the world, including eight Kenyan professionals, six Kenyan amateurs, and two regional players.

Defending champion Harding talks up love for Kenya ahead of Magical Kenya Open title defense

Commenting about the course at Muthaiga, Harding said, “It’s different, you’ve got to work your way around it. It’s not straight-forward, but I’m looking forward to it. It’s going to be nice, I’ve had a decent enough start to this year, my game’s in good place, so we’ll see what happens.”

Teenager Leo Gitonga triumphs at Limuru as Safaricom Golf Tour continues

15-year-old Leo Gitonga won  the second leg of the Safaricom Golf Tour at the Limuru Country Club on Sunday 27 February 2022.

The G and H of Golf

We are here once again keeping you educated with the terminologies around the game of golf.