•Winny Cheruiyot, Jacob Keino, John Mitei and Boaz Sugut will be the first four-ball to swing into action at 7:00 am in the morning before the subsequent groups take on the tough course.
•On Sunday, juniors and ladies will take part in the golf clinic before the tree planting exercise at the same venue that is geared toward environmental conservation efforts.
Over 100 amateur golfers are gearing up for the second last leg of the KCB East Africa Golf Tour this Saturday at the 9-hole Nandi Bears Course.
The two top teams from the tourney will join 14 others for the Grand Finale slated for December 15 at the Karen Country Club.
Winny Cheruiyot, Jacob Keino, John Mitei, and Boaz Sugut will be the first four-ball to swing into action at 7:00 am in the morning before the subsequent groups take on the tough course.
Nandi Bears Club Captain Isaac Kuto said he expects a huge turnout for the tour.
''The tour offers a platform for golfers from this region to compete against top players from other clubs. We have kept our greens well and the ambiance here provides an excellent environment for a round of golf. I am expecting a huge turnout on Saturday and looking forward to awarding the winners at the end of the tourney," said Kuto.
The latest entrants securing spots in the Grand Finale include William Kaguta, Edwin Kiptoo, Caroline Nyarandi, Raajkamal Dhanjal, Detan Ondieki, Wilson Rading, Peter Umara, and Joan Kimani.
These players demonstrated their prowess during the 15th leg of the tour at Nyali Club.
KCB Group marketing and communication director, Rosalind Gichuru commended the success of the KCB tour, which has engaged over 1500 participants and over 800 juniors and ladies since its launch in April.
''Since we launched the tour, we have reached so many participants as well as nurtured budding talent through the clinics that run concurrently with the series. As we approach the end of this year’s edition, we urge golfers to sign up for the Nandi edition to battle for the remaining slots for the Grand Finale showpiece," said Gichuru.
On Sunday, juniors and ladies will take part in the golf clinic before the tree-planting exercise at the same venue that is geared toward environmental conservation efforts.