Alice Awiti wins the first top 100 brands popular by women golf tournament in Kenya

Alice Awiti emerged as the winner of the inaugural Top 100 Brands loved by women in Kenya golf tournament, held at the Windsor Country Hotel and Golf Club, Nairobi.

Handicap 44 Alice Awiti accumulated a total of 47 points to win the inaugural edition of the championship organized by the Top 100 Brands Loved by Women in Kenya.

C.Muchuru took the men’s top honor after finishing the game with 41 points, while Chris Kinuthia and M.Irungu each scored 40 points to finish second and third.

Ruth Omwansa, L, receives her Best Lady trophy

Handicap 23 Ruth Omwansa recorded 41 points to win the best lady award while Doris Night and Irene Kimeu finished second and third respectively.

Albert Gitonga endured tough resistance to win the front nine prize with 23 points, while Jonathan Marucha returned a core of 21 points to win the best back nine.

Doris Night took her second prize of the night after emerging as the top female player in the long drive category, while the men’s award was won by Gicheru Kimani.

Golfers pose for a photograph during the TMLB tournament at Windsor Golf Club

Hillary Tororey was the winner in the Men’s Closest to Pin category while Gladys Mboya won the award among the women golfers.

Organized by the top 100 brands that women love in Kenya, the tournament was designed to empower women and help raise the level of the game among women.

The desire of all brands, companies and organizations to participate in our inaugural TMLB golf tournament has equally demonstrated their strong belief in our cause and their confidence in promoting the top 100 brands loved by women,” noted Eva Muraya, Founder and CEO of BSD Group.

BSD Group Founder and CEO – Eva Muraya (left) – awards one of the participants of the Top 100 Inaugural Golf Tournament during the Gala Dinner.

She added: “As such, this forum is setting the pace to promote the need, and place much more emphasis on the need to recognize and learn what women are essentially like – the engine of the country’s economic and business growth.” .”

The one-day championship attracted 150 players.

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