• Matumo carded 40 points to win the men's overall prize.
• The fifth edition brought together 100 golfers.
Hilda Ng'ang'a and Maurice Matumo clinched victory in the 2023 Starehe Girls Centre Charity Golf tournament held at Windsor Golf Hotel and Country Club on Saturday.
Ng'ang'a, who was playing off handicap 34, posted 44 Stableford points to claim the ladies' overall top prize.
Behind her was handicap 17, Tasneem Padamshi, who registered 39 points. Padamshi also went home with the ladies nearest to the pin award and the longest drive reward.
The men's overall award went to handicap 28 player Maurice Matumo, who carded 40 points.
He beat Michael Flint (handicap 16) who posted 38 points.
In the men's longest drive category, Karugu Macharia lifted the top prize, while Daniel Mwangi walked away with the nearest to the pin award.
The fifth edition brought together 100 golfers from in and out of the country to raise funds for Starehe Girls Centre to sponsor and maintain 800 students at the institution.
The Starehe Girls Centre (SGC) was established in 2005 by visionary men and women driven by their passion to see girls from less fortunate families empowered with good education to equip them into becoming future leaders of our country.