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Coast Baker Munyi takes Sept 2022 Pendant at Sea-side Mombasa Course

[Coast Baker Caroline Munyi follows her swings.Photo/Pwani Images]

Coast Baker Caroline Munyi is the winner of the 2022 September Pendant during the Monthly Mug and Pendant Medal Golf Tournament played at the Par 71 Sea-Side Mombasa Golf Club Course in Mombasa County on Saturday.

Playing off handicap 30 Munyi rounded up the 18 holes event with 70 nett to take the tile and also the Division B prize on the same score.

“I am so happy for winning the Pendant. I want to thank my playing partners for this great day we had around the Course that is currently in good condition and playing well,” said Munyi of Mombasa-based “ Channah” Cakes.

Handicap 1 Simon Maina returned a count back score of 74 nett to win the A division in the Mug category after tying on the same score with handicap 0 Henry Kamau who was the runners-up while handicap 12 Aloise Ogolla settled for the third slot on 82 nett.

The B division was won by handicap 16 Mburu Maina on 67 nett while handicap 15 Symon Wambugu was the runners up with a count back score of 73 nett , tying on the same score with third-placed handicap 18 Justine Ongere.

Sheel Dodhia playing off handicap 26 was the C division winner with 62 nett, while handicap 28 John Githuka on 72 nett and handicap 19 Johnson Murikui with 73 nett went home with the runners-up and third place prizes respectively.

Henry Kamau won the best gross winner’s prize with a score of three over par 74 gross and handicap 16 Joakim Karanja on 77 nett was the Best guest winner.

In the Ladies Medal, Sandra Mundia playing off handicap 13 won the Division A category on 81 nett, and handicap 52 Diana Nthiwa on 102 nett was the Division three winner.

Around Nandi hills in Nandi County, Wilson Chepkwony emerged the overall winner of the 2022 CFAO Motors by Toyota Kenya Golf Tournament played at the nine-hole par 72 Nandi Bears Golf Club Course on Saturday.

Chepkwony survived on a countback score of 43 stable ford points to take the lead after returning the same score with Jacob Keino who was the runners up.

The daylong 18 holes stable ford tourney attracted over 100 golfers from the home Club, Kitale, Kakamega, Eldoret, Kisii and Nyanza golf clubs.

The Golfers all playing under Perfect weather conditions and a well-prepared course that made it conducive for a competitive round of golf, saw the newly handicapped Golfer Emmy Suge win the Lady’s Prize with 38 points.

Elvis Kiplimo was the junior’s Prize winner with 35 points while long-hitting Ken Serem and Faith Chemutai won the men’s and Lady’s Longest Drive contests respectively.
At Muthaiga Course, handicap 13 Dennis Musau carded a count back score of 41 points to emerge the overall winner of the ongoing Kenya Ports Authority 2022 Corporate Golf series after tying on the same score with handicap 13 Sylvestor Odhiambo who was the Men winner.

Handicap 15 Edwin Muchai was the runner-up with 40 points and taking the third slot was handicap 12 Herman Odera who brought a score of 38 points.

Charles Odoo playing off handicap 27 won the staff prize with 35 points beating workmate colleague handicap 20 Japhet Obonyo to the runners-up slot by a five points difference.

[Charles Odoo makes a drive.Photo/Pwani Images]

The Lady’s Prize was won by handicap 24 Lucy Njoroge who had a count-back score of 37 points, tying on the same score with handicap 20 Olive Njagi who settled for the runners-up slot.

And at Ruiru Sports Club, Julia Wangari playing off handicap 25 posted a countback score of 43 points to emerge the Overall winner of the Detour golf tournament also played on Saturday.

He tied on the same score with handicap 11 Jessy Ndegwa who was the Men winner while handicap 18 Benjamin Muchungi was the runners-up on a point difference.

Jane Alice Mutuota playing off handicap 23 won the Lady’s Prize with 39 points and Alice Abere playing off handicap brought 38 points to sit second.

NCBA Golf Day;
Division A winner-Wambui Gitonga (18)-40points, Runners up-Gitau Ngaruiya (13)-39points, Division B winner- Gitiria Kamau (36)-43points, Runners up-Dr.Gachuno (26)-37points, Division C winner-Maria Maali (40)-38points, Runners up-James Kabiru (39)-37points, Lady winner-Mumbi Gatu (31)-35points, Junior winner-Victory Waiyaki (12)-36points, Staff winner-James Mugo (25)-44 points;

September 2022 Mug and Ladies’ Pendant;
Division A winner-Martin Ombura (8)-70nett,Runners up-Lumatete Muchai (10 )-71nett,Third-Vishnu Dhutia (11)-72 Nett C/B;Division B winner-Taib Bajaber (15)-71nett C/B,Runners up-Ian Marshall (15)-71nett,Third-Ally Is-Haq (17)-72nett C/B;Division C winner-Fumihiro Obara (26)-67nett,Runners up- Sammy Olinda (28)-68nett ,Third-Ijaz Sheikh (24)-70nett;Division D winner-Abraham Kiprotich (32)-73nett,Runners up-Shay Chauhan (36)-74nett,Best Gross-Martin Ombura (8)-78gross;Pendant winner- Pauline Gachihi (30)-67nett ,Gross winner-Susan Stokes (9)-77gross,Division A winner-Susan Stokes (9)-68nett,Runners up-Rasmeet Kaur (13)-71nett,Third-Harsimran Kaur (18)-75nett ,Division B winner- Pauline Gachihi (30)-67nett,Runners up-Petronilah Kalee (33)-72nett C/B,Third-Lena Breitner (21)-72nett C/B,Division C winner-Daxaben Vekaria (47)-69nett,Best Lady Caddy-Redemtha Wayua (15)-71nett