July 18, 2024

KCB East Africa Golf Tour Calendar

KCB East Africa Golf Tour Calendar
KCB East Africa Golf Tour Action at the Eldoret Golf Club

Dubbed the East African Golf Tour, the tournament will receive a 60 million shillings sponsorship support from KCB with Kenya hosting 18 legs while Uganda and Tanzania will host two legs each.

KCB Bank Will this year host and sponsor the KCB East Africa Golf Tour. The Tournament will traverse six countries and 12 counties in Kenya.

Dubbed the East African Golf Tour, the tournament will receive a 60 million shillings sponsorship support from KCB with Kenya hosting 18 legs while Uganda and Tanzania will host two legs each.

Rwanda, Burundi and DRC will each host one leg of the amateur tournament whose Grand finale will be held at The Nairobi’s Karen Country Club in November of 2023.

FULL YEAR CALENDAR

1. 15th April -Vet Lab Sports Club-Nairobi

2. 22nd April -Eldoret -Golf Club Eldoret

3. 29th April -Limuru Golf Club- Limuru

4. 13th May- Railway Golf Club  - Nairobi

5. 27th May- Kakamega Golf Club -Kakamega

6. June Dar es Salam Gymkhana Golf Club -Tanzania

7. 10th June -Nyanza Golf Club  -Kisumu

8. 7th July-   Thika Sports Club  -Thika

9. July Kigali Golf Resort -Rwanda

10. 21st July- Nyeri Golf Club -Nyeri

11. August-Golf Club de Bujumbura-Burundi

12. 5th August -Nakuru Golf Club-Nakuru

13. 12th August- Kericho Golf Club-Kericho

14. 25th August- Royal Nairobi Golf Club (The Kenya Ladies Open Amateur Match Play Championship) - Nairobi

15. 2nd September- Great Rift Valley Lodge (KDF Partnership) - Naivasha

16. September-Arusha Gymkhana Golf Club- Tanzania

17. 22nd September- Kitale Golf Club - Kitale

18. October -Golf De Kinshasa  - DRC

19. 7th October- Machakos Golf Club- Machakos

20. 14th October- Sigona Golf Club (The Eileen Belcher Trophy ) - Nairobi

21. 4th November - Nyali Golf Club- Nyali

22. November- Uganda Golf Club-Uganda

23. 18th November- Nandi Bears Golf Club -Nandi

24. 24th November- Karen Country Club-Nairobi

Over the years, KCB has sunk over 300 million shillings in support of golf in addition to supporting other sports disciplines including Volleyball, Rugby and Motorsport.