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SA Golf series is back

NAIROBI, Kenya, August 27- Over 240 players are expected to feature at the second edition of the South African Golf Series on Saturday at Muthaiga Golf Club.

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Members from both Muthaiga and Vet Lab Sports Club will vie for the twelve qualifying places available.

So far, 36 players from Windsor, Kenya Airforce, Kiambu, Karen, Golf Park, Nakuru, Nyahururu, Njoro and Naivasha have qualified for the National Finals to be played at Muthaiga in January.

The Series will then move to Eldoret on September 12 followed by Thika Sports Club and Nyali Golf Club on the subsequent weeks.  Royal Nairobi’s qualifier has been shifted to October 10.

A large portion of the entry fee is passed onto the Golf Talent Foundation.

Three main prizes, one for each division are up for grabs, with the winners  receive a five night golfing holiday in South Africa for two, at the Legend Golf and Safari Resort in the Limpopo Province as well as the Fairmont Zimbali in Kwa-Zulu Natal. 

Over 1600 golfers participated and this year, the number of qualifiers from each event has been increased to 12. 

Qualifiers will be drawn from three divisions, according to handicap with the top four in each division going through to the Finals which will be held in January 2010 at Muthaiga Golf Club.

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So far the series has raised Sh1.125 million from all the 15 qualifying events
Some of the upcoming golfing events taking place in SA are, The Nedbank Golf Challenge in December, SA Golf Open the SA Women’s Open in March 2010.

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6 Comments

6 Comments

  1. Steve Ouma Oyugi

    May 6, 2013 at 11:01 am

    I like this guy, keep em coming like this, am laughing in the office on Monday!!

  2. onetwo

    May 6, 2013 at 2:36 pm

    vere vere correct. i usually shower with the bathroom door open hehehe

  3. Alex Mutuku

    May 6, 2013 at 6:41 pm

    Well, too bad. Apparently the pros of being in a serious relationship outweigh this!

  4. Cee

    May 7, 2013 at 6:58 am

    Interesting, but just to emphasize on the last one, or is it No.1 Singles should enjoy there season and look out to equip and make them selves better people by reading exploring new things and talents, a time is coming when you ‘ME’ time will be occupied by work, husband,children etc.Enjoy your Single hood its a precious gift and season, and you’ll never know till you loose it!

  5. Jang'o Unchained

    May 7, 2013 at 9:18 am

    On the contrary, research shows that married men tend to get higher status and promotions at work than their single counterparts
    Also, studies have shown that sex with strangers may actually not be as exciting since most of the time sexual compatibility is quite low. Since neither knows what the other likes and both are too proud to ask for directions

  6. Tosh

    May 7, 2013 at 6:29 pm

    Lol! Sounds like a guy who is unable to get himself a decent woman trying to convince himself he’ll be OK. Stats all over the world show married men are wealthier, more successful, more content and healthier than single guys of a similar age group. Dear writer, when u grow up, you might get a good mate too! Best, concerned reader.

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