WELL KEPT AMENITY: A scenic view of the Kiambu Golf Club course showing its broad fairways that are guarded with a forest of trees.
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The uniqueness of Kiambu golf club

WELL KEPT AMENITY: A scenic view of the Kiambu Golf Club course showing its broad fairways that are guarded with a forest of trees. Kenya could be boasting the availability of at least 38 golf clubs with some being More...

MWANIKI
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Mwaniki calls for junior golf development

MWANIKI Outgoing chairman Mwaniki Gachoka had words of wisdom to his successor at the Kenya Golf Union (KGU), viagra Alfred Kariuki, urging him to work on developing junior golf in the country, which he noted was More...

DOES SIZE MATTER...REALLY? Burly James Murigi of Mombasa made his presence felt with some inspired play.
By THE BUDDY On Saturday, September 29th, 2012
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2012 Tannahill teams and their members

DOES SIZE MATTER…REALLY? Burly James Murigi of Mombasa made his presence felt with some inspired play. Karen: Neil Cuthbert, salve for sale Clive Davis, Mike Dickson, Duncan Kamau, Freddie Lobo, Anthony More...

PICTURE PERFECT: The victorious Muthaiga Golf Team don the coveted green jackets.
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MUTHAIGA WIN 4th STRAIGHT TANNAHILl TITLE

PICTURE PERFECT: The victorious Muthaiga Golf Team don the coveted green jackets. Celebrated local professional Elisha Kasuku has tipped Muthaiga Golf Club to continue dominating the annual Tannahill Golf tournament, More...

WISE MEN: Mumias Sugar-based Dismas Indiza
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Chase for 2012 KCB golf tour

WISE MEN: Mumias Sugar-based Dismas Indiza This year is likely to produce the tightest Order of Merit finish of all in the history of the KCB Golf Tour when the Nyali Golf and Country Club hosts the Tour’s Grand More...

WALK OF SHAME: Despite the cut being projected to plus two, Bothma was left beating himself after he failed to make the giant steps and progress to the final two rounds.
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Bothma promises to bounce back

LESSONS LEARNED: Bothma won in 2011 but faced a torrid time in Nairobi during the 44th Kenya Open. In golf, sick a lot can happen within a year and South Africa’s Michiel Bothma can certainly attest to this as More...

EARNED IVORY: President Mwai Kibaki hands over the winner’s gong to Seve Benson at the end of the 44th Barclays Bank Kenya Open Golf showpiece.
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Benson ready for European tour after Kenya win

EARNED IVORY: President Mwai Kibaki hands over the winner’s gong to Seve Benson at the end of the 44th Barclays Bank Kenya Open Golf showpiece. Seve Benson believes that the experience he gained in a tough two More...

DWINDLED: English golfer Robert Dinwiddie had played 30 times on the European Tour before he lost his card to the Race to Dubai at the end of the 2011 season.
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Dinwiddie rues missed chances at Muthaiga

DWINDLED: English golfer Robert Dinwiddie had played 30 times on the European Tour before he lost his card to the Race to Dubai at the end of the 2011 season. Robert Dinwiddie came to this year’s Kenya Open Golf More...

LEARNING THE BASICS: Lloyd is an ardent young golfer who is willing take small bold steps one at a time.
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KENYA OPEN GIVES CHRIS LLOYD GLIMPSE INTO FUTURE

LEARNING THE BASICS: Lloyd is an ardent young golfer who is willing take small bold steps one at a time. Young Englishman Chris Lloyd picked a number of positives from his second participation in Africa’s premier More...

Abuto
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‘Muthaiga course is the king maker’ – Abuto

Abuto 18 Tough Cookies Coming from a very humble background, cheap Ken Abuto never knew that golf would turn to be the thing that brings food on his table. He now finds himself so much in love with the sport he More...