Kenya Amateur Golf Championships (KAGC) tees off this Friday when Sigona Golf club will be hosting the Sigona Bowl.
With 2022 having 25 meetings across the country, the par 72 marks the long journey that will conclude at the 2023 Magical Kenya Open.
The three day 54 hoe tournament has attracted top amateurs will be seeking for points to represent Kenya as well earn a slot for Magical Kenya Open.
At the course, 102 players have been drawn to battle it out for the Bowl plus some points towards the KAGC Order of Merit and World Ranking points.
With defending champion Michael Karanga out of the draw, a new champion will be made and Kenya Amateur Match Play champion John Lejirmah will lead fellow Railway golfers for the battle.