Limuru golfer Paul Muchangi will be hoping to defend his Kenya Amateur Strokeplay title as Kenya Amateur Golf Championships (KAGC) returns on par 72 Vetlab Sports club that has attracted 108 golfers as golf returns in the coronavirus pandemic.
The annual tournament tees off on Thursday 17th to 20th September 2020 according to a statement from Kenya Golf Union (KGU).
Muchangi won the the 2019 after a tight contest beating Golf Park’s William Odera 1-up at the 36th hole in the final match.
The tournament attracted 106 players who will tee on Thursday where a 36-hole stroke play knockout rounds and only 32 players will advance to play in the Match play rounds.
After the four-day tournament the winner will get an automatic slot to play in the 2021 Magical Kenya Open scheduled to take place in March at the Karen Country Club.