Kenya Ladies Open will resume this weekend with Amateur Strokeplay Royal Nairobi Golf Club course.
This will be the first event after sports resumption on Kenya Ladies Golf Union decided to re-start its calendar of events with the 54-hole Kenya Ladies Open Amateur Stroke Play Championship.
The ladies will be battling for trophies in and points towards the Golfer of The Year and the World Amateur Ranking points.
The 54-hole tournament tees off on Saturday with 36 holes and end on Sunday with 18 holes.
The event will be proceded by the KLGU conducting a golf clinic where all lady golfers in the country who hold a valid World Handicap System (WHS) Handicap Index are eligible to participate in the clinic, where participants will receive free golf course.