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KQ Golf Safari now moves to Kiambu

The local series started at Railways Club, Nairobi on November 1, 2014 and has also been to Limuru, Windsor, Nyeri, Nyali, Eldoret, Nyanza and Thika. (PIX: Courtesy)

Over 200 golfers including guest players and members will converge at Kiambu Golf Club on Saturday as the ninth round of the Kenya Airways Golf Safari resumes.

The tournament which is being played both locally and internationally took a two-week break to pave way for the Christmas and New Year holiday.

The local series which started at Railways Nairobi on November 1, has also been to Limuru, Windsor, Nyeri, Nyali, Eldoret, Nyanza and Thika.
The Vet Lab Sports Club round initially set for last weekend has been rescheduled to a later date in March.

With six tournaments on both calendars remaining before the grand finale at Windsor on March 26, stakes are high in Kiambu.

The overall winner at the nine hole Kiambu course will walk away with two return tickets to visit any KQ destination within Africa.
What’s more, three players—overall, men’s and women’s winners will qualify for the grand finale.

Meanwhile, the seventh leg of the international KQ Golf Safari will resume in Kampala’s Uganda Golf Club on January 17.

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