Kenya, will for the first time, host the world’s biggest corporate golf championship which is expected to bring together players from various clubs who are members of the country’s corporate organizations.
The World Corporate Golf Challenge, a two-day event whose first round is set for Friday at Royal Nairobi Golf Club, has attracted over 250 golfers.
They will all be battling it out for two slots reserved for Kenya in the World Corporate Golf Challenge grand finale to be held in Portugal from October 30 to November 2 this year.
Royal Nairobi Golf Club Captain Sylvester Odhiambo said: “We are going to run this event for two days because we are aware there is Covid-19 and golfers love to play the game. In order to manage that situation, we decided to have it on Friday and Saturday. So the people who play on Friday will not play on Saturday while the people who play on Saturday will…