Ryan Cairns was the star of the Pro-Am’s second edition of KCB Karen Masters when he sunk a hole-in-One to claim Toyota Prado 2018 Model on Par 72 Karen Golf Club today.
The 30 year old Zimbabwean international claimed the Hole-In-One on the 5th hole with his long hitting target of 204m.
Zimbabwean professional Ryan Cains will go home a richer person than the player who will claim the top prize in this year’s KCB Karen Masters which got under way at the par 72 Karen Country Club on Thursday.
The car is reported to be worth Sh10 million, while the first of the tournament is Sh2.4 million.
Cairns said he will obviously try and make the cut, but if it does not, then he will be more than delighted to drive his new Toyota Prado back home.
While this was happening, South Africa’s Anton Haig, a fairly long hitter who played in the Karen Challenge, an amateur event way back in 2002 as a junior, was at the top of the leader board with six under par 66 having been among the morning starter
Additional information: Daily Nation