Vet Lab golfers have put up a spirited fight to win this year’s Kenya Amateur Matchplay championships next week to be staged at Vet Lab golf course.
The event, which is the 8th meeting of Kenya Amateur Golf Championships (KAGC) is an exciting golfing event where golfer eliminate their playing partners in a four day long.
And the championships expects new champion after last year’s winner Sujan Shah turned professional as his first runner up Dennis Saikwa will be the man to give stiff challenge in the show that kicks off on Wednesday running upto Saturday.
Robinson Owiti revealed that any player who will manage to beat host top golfers like Edwin Mudanyi and Mike Kisia will automatically win the title.
“Match play is like gambling or Casino and any golfer who will come out to beat the top vet Lab golfers will automatically win the tournament,” said Owiti who will be playing alongside his club members Kisia and Mudanyi.
To determine a winner in the championships is tricky the manner in which golfers are eliminated until a winner is found.
“As a winner in such tournament, you can even play up to 108 holes before the tournament ends. It is technical but as hosts, we have to do our best to win the title,” added Owiti.
Other top amateur golfers to watch include Kenneth Bollo of Royal, George Felix of Railway Club among other top ten ranked golfers in the KAGC list.