Ladies European tour professionals to play Kenyan amateur golfers
At the beginning of February, 12 Ladies European Tour (LET) professionals will make a special appearance in Kenya to play two Pro-Am events on Vipingo Ridge’s PGA Baobab course, ranked the country’s number one golf course by Top 100 Golf Courses.
This will be the first time that professional lady golfers have come to East and Central Africa. The professional players will be on route from the Fatima Mubarak Ladies Open in Abu Dhabi to the Australian Ladies Classic Bonville and therefore will be making a stop in Kenya between tour events.The Pro-Ams, which will see amateurs pair with the LET professionals, are scheduled to take place on 1st and 2nd February 2019 and are attracting Kenyan golfers, both male and female, to take part in this historic event.
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