The annual KCB Masters has yet again been postponed due to coronavirus pandemic.
The tournament which is part of the South Africa based Sunshine Tour event which had been planned to take place from September 10 to 13 at the Karen Country Club course, has now been pushed to either December or early 2021.
The Karen Country Club management after consultation with title sponsors KCB Bank and the Sunshine Tour came to the conclusion that it was not possible to have the event played in September.
We know this is very disappointing for players and fans alike, but safety must be our priority and we don’t want to put anybody at unnecessary risk. More details of the revised dates will be communicated as the Covid-19 situation develops and we can be sure of staging an event safely and securely’’ he added.
The KCB Karen Masters is the second biggest professional golf tournament in the country besides the premier Magical Kenya Open which is part of the European Tour.