Top four amateur golfers were given the wild card ahead of the second edition of KCB Karen Masters golf tournament that will be staged on par 72 Karen golf club from July 19th.
- Yogesh Nandha wins Muthaiga Road to Karen Masters title
- Joseph Oluoch wins KCB Karen Masters on home turf
- David Wakhu claims second Road to Karen Masters title
- Jackson Kiprono wins Road to Karen Masters in Eldoret
- David Wakhu wins Muthaiga’s Road to Karen Masters tourney
Leading the park is the current Kenya Amateur Golf Championships (KAGC) table leader John Karichu from Limuru, Kenya Stroke Play champion Daniel Nduva of Nyali, reigning KAGC champion Edwin Mudanyi of Vvet Lab and Muthaiga’s top Junior golfer Mutahi Kibugu.
Apart from competing at the Karen Masters, the four also form the ten golfers that will be guiding team Kenya to retain the Victoria Cup golf tournament that will be played on the weekend of 26th at Vet lab golf club.
Kenya has won the two Victoria Cup titles, competing for a trophy that was donated by former Boston marathon winner Moses Tanui, who also served as Eldoret Golf Club for the year 2017/2018.
The four will be joining a list of 32 local professional golfers and 30 local golfers who have been competing in qualifiers across the country.
In the list pros category, some automatically qualified following their good show at the 2018 Kenya Open while 25 qualified from the Road To Karen Masters golf series.
The Karen Masters starts with the two Pro-Am events on July 17 and 18 where 30 local amateurs who qualified from the KCB amateur series, will team up with the local and visiting professionals.
Though a bulk of the professionals will be drawn from the Sunshine Tour, there will be a number of other players from Ethiopia, Tanzania, Senegal, Rwanda, Malawi, Ghana and the Seychelles.