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Thika Club hosts first leg of NCBA series

Last updated 1 month ago | By Correspondent

Former Thika Sports Club Chairman Chris Kinuthia tees off on the par-five 10th during Chairman's Prize 2020 at Thika Sports Club in Muranga County, January 23, 2021. [Mose Sammy, Standard]

Thika Sports Club will host the opening leg of the new NCBA Golf Series on January 30.

The 20-leg all-year-round amateur series will traverse several golf clubs across the country culminating with the Grand Finale at Karen Country Club on December 3.

As part of the bank’s noble initiative of supporting budding talent, the main series will run alongside the NCBA Junior Golf Series.

The junior tournament will cater for the budding golf talent in the country for children aged between 6 and 18 years and will include two-day golf clinics intended to shore up the junior competition.

Former Thika Sports Club Chairman Chris Kinuthia tees off on the par-five 10th during Chairman's Prize 2020 at Thika Sports Club in Muranga County, January 23, 2021. [Mose Sammy, Standard]

The junior series will feature two events at Karen Country Club on August 23-24 and Muthaiga Golf Club on December 9-10 2021.

Speaking during the official launch of the Series at Royal Nairobi Golf Club yesterday, NCBA Group Managing Director John Gachora noted that the bank was keen on partnerships and sponsorships that drive transformation, with sports being a key area of focus for the company.

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