Kenya Amateur Golf Championships (KAGC) champion Edwin Mudanyi has shifted his training base to Muthaiga as he plans to play in the Barclays kenya Open in March at Muthaiga.
The Vet Lab member has taken up early initiatives to familiarize himself with the course before the tournament that kicks off on March 22nd to 25th on Muthaiga course.
Mudanyi qualified to play in the Kenya Open as a champion of the KAGC and will join Kenyan professional golfers under the umbrella of Professional Golfers of Kenya (PGK).
“I have taken my training to Muthaiga to familiarise myself with the course ahead of Kenya Open,” said Mudanyi.
With his long term plans, Mudanyi said he will be doing in the Kenya Golf circuit and may be become the first Kenyan to win the title.
“My focus is play well at Kenya Open that may open many doors for me. That is my long term project,” added Mudanyi.
After winning the KAGC, formerly Golfer of the Year (GOTY) title, Mudanyi wrote on his facebook page: “If a Kenyan will ever win Kenya Open, I am putting my money on the two of the best amateurs in the game, Edwin Mudanyi-Kenya One and Daniel Nduva (the winner of Coast Open and Nyali Open Championships).”
He will be joined by Dennis Sakiwa of Royal Nairobi Golf Club who finished second, Limuru’s John Karichu, Vet Lab’s Mike Kisia, Samuel Njoroge from Railway Golf club and Daniel Nduva from Nyali golf.