- In the division 2 category, Handicap 21 lady golfer sergeant Valine Akoth floored her opponents with an excellent score of 41 Stableford points.
- Sergeant Faith Muteti playing off handicap 25 won the lady winner award with Stableford points
Handicap 28 golfer Captain Collins Maroa was named the overall winner of the Kenya Air Force Commander’s Cup at the 18-hole Great Rift Valley golf course on Saturday evening.
The seasoned golfer carded an impressive 42 Stableford points to clinch his win at the KCB-sponsored tourney that brought together 170 golfers.
Major Murunga who plays off handicap 8 emerged as the division one winner, carding 32 Stableford points
Air Force Commander Major General John Omenda said: “I am happy to join you in this amazing golf outing that has brought officers together to battle for the top honors."
"Indeed, we have seen very good golf on the course, and I expect the sport to grow to another level. As the Kenya Air Force Golf Association, we intend to partner with the different golf courses in the country to continue building this game we all love.”
In the division 2 category, Handicap 21 lady golfer sergeant Valine Akoth floored her opponents with an excellent score of 41 Stableford points.
Major Kimundi (25) finished second with 36 points.
Sergeant Faith Muteti playing off handicap 25 won the lady winner award with Stableford points while Sergeant Grace Kwamboka scooped the first nine awards with 23 points.
KCB Bank Kenya Director of Corporate Banking John Okulo said: “We take pride in sports sponsorships as we aim to continue impacting the people in the communities we operate in positively. We look forward to more of such partnerships in the future.”
Martin Kiambi won the longest drive award in the men’s category while Christine Kamais clinched it in the ladies’ category.
The KCB East Africa Golf Tour will stop at the Kitale Golf Club next weekend for the 13th leg.