PGK partners with Safaricom

The Professional Golfers of Kenya (PGK) has received KES 1 million from Safaricom for the sponsorship of a Tournament Management System (TMS) for their members. The TMS includes a full tour membership system, tournament entry option, player database and financial recordings. It will also have information on tournament draws, scoring, cut and a results facility […]

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PGK partners with SAPGA

The Professional Golfers Association of South Africa (SAPGA) has partnered with Professional Golf Kenya (PGK) to build coaching capacity for their members, who are teaching golf professionals in Kenya. In Kenya this week to run the Level 2 Coaching programme is Martin Briede, who through SAPGA is training 19 Kenyans, who will receive Coaching accreditation. […]

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KCB Karen Masters 2018

KCB Karen Masters 2018 will give all Kenyan professionals the opportunity to play a second international golf tournament with playing rights in Southern Africa including Zimbabwe, Zambia, Swaziland and South Africa. The tournament is scheduled to take place from the 19th – 22nd of July 2018.

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Kenya Open Qualifiers

The number of events to qualify for the Barclays Kenya Open has increased from five to six events. The third event will take place at Muthaiga 12-15 February, followed by Royal on 19-22 February and Windsor on 26 Feb to 1 March. The last event is the Jamii Masters at Sigona on 13-16 March which […]

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KOGL Support for PGK

PGK received KShs 2 million as support from the Kenya Open Golf Limited (KOGL) for preparations of the 22 golf professionals who will take part in the 50th Kenya Open, the richest event in its history. Sponsored by Barclays Bank, the European Challenge Tour event has a prizefund €500,000 (Kshs 62 million). The event is […]

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