Kinyua, playing off handicap 12, anchored the team with a score of 38 points. Biriri, playing off handicap 16, had the second best score of 35 points and Gathiri, playing off handicap 15 posted 31 points. Kanyeria was the weakest link in the group with 29 points.
The top two groups qualified for the grand finale, with the team of Paul Muigai, Njogu Njoroge, Muchemi Gachugu and John Ngure being taken as reserves after they posted a total score of 103 points.
Coca-Cola’s Assistant Brand Manager Kenya, Steve Maikweki said:
“This year’s grand finale will see the winning team of four players travel to Dubai to attend the Grand Finale of the European Tour, the DP World Tour Championship at the Jumeirah Golf Estates. While in Dubai, they will have the opportunity to see Europe’s top 60 money earners on the 2012 Order of Merit battle it out for a Sh109,200,000 (US$1.3 million) winner’s cheque.”
He added: “In addition, they will play to some of the best golf courses in the region, including the Dubai Creek Course and the challenging Faldo Course at the Emirates Golf Club, a course designed by former world number one and six-time Major Champion Sir Nick Faldo.”
P Gitonga playing off handicap 12 won the guest prize on 33 points, while Bonface Njoroge was the junior winner on 37 points and Steve Karanja won the men’s longest drive.
International Jane Njoroge had the ladies’ longest drive and Njoki Nderitu had the nearest to the pin.