Our dear readers, we have finally come of age. This is our 18th edition and we @ G-100 are equally delighted to still be able to serve you.
And although we are barely legal, we come out bolder than before with a fully-fledged magazine that will whet your appetites at first sight and forthwith satisfy them when you’re done with your purchased copy.
Cocktails are normally served in small portions and our elite panel of columnists go for broke as they passionately explore some pertinent issues and revisit a gem of an ancient course in Nanyuki.
As is the norm at this particular time of the year, we give prime coverage to the Barclays Kenya Open that was in its 46th edition.
We highlight two Kenyan professionals; Dismas Indiza and Greg Snow, who made a fist of it to show that there is life, after all, in regional golf and the foreign legion’s stranglehold could be eclipsed sooner rather than later.
From the lush green of Karen in Nairobi to the challenging turfs in Kampala, there is a wave of change at the helm of Ugandan golf.
KK, as Kiryowa Kiwanuka is commonly known all over the region, is the big boss. He opens up on his vision for Uganda Golf Union – giving his feasible short term and long term goals in the simplest of languages.
Aside our regulars, we continue to break the shackles with a special feature on caddy Peter Muhindo. He is no ordinary caddie. We unfurl how he is breaking barriers using golf as a major platform for his career as a musician.
Our pictorials are also priceless. There is every bit about each of your celebrity golfers, newsmakers and players dictating the pace in 2014. From Adam Scott, Ian Poulter and Karrie Webb to the Johnny-come-latelys like Patrick Reed, Matt Every and John Senden.
Real value for money! Enjoy your read.