In Summary
  • Currently playing off handicap five, Muthaiga Golf Club ace missed this year’s Coast Ladies Open among other events as she was away in the USA participating in the Pinehurst Kids golf.
  • Kellie has been given a bye to the quarter-finals where she will meet the winner of the game between Mercy Wambugu and Jaini Shah.

Kenya’s leading lady golfer Kellie Gachaga returns to action this weekend after missing a number of events in the ladies national calendar.

Currently playing off handicap five, Muthaiga Golf Club ace missed this year’s Coast Ladies Open among other events as she was away in the USA participating in the Pinehurst Kids golf.

She is among the leading lady golfers drawn at Sigona Golf Club for this year’s Kenya Ladies Amateur Matchplay Championship being sponsored by P.K.F Kenya.

Being the defending champion, Kellie has been given a bye to the quarter-finals where she will meet the winner of the game between Mercy Wambugu and Jaini Shah. Eldoret’s Esther Chumo is drawn against Muthaiga’s Jane Njoroge while Golf Park’s Ashley Awuor will take on home player Jane Njau.

The other quarter-final will be between Sarah Khanyereri of Golf Park and the winner of the match between Limuru’s Mwongeli Nzioka and Karen’s Sarah Otolo.

In the Silver division, Rose Mambo got a bye and will await the winner of the match between Margaret Thande and Nancy Kiengo while Koki Muia will take on Yu Hu.

Meanwhile, action is back at the nine-hole Kiambu Golf Club course this weekend after the postponement of last weekend annual Lawyers golf event following the tragic death through road accident of lawyer Mark Nduati.

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