Kenya Open to get underway
21 January 2016, 14:09
Nairobi - As the European Challenge Tour season gets underway, their first stop would be Nairobi's Karen Country Club from March 17-20 for the Barclays Kenya Open.
With the cash prize of around €220,000 (Sh32 million), tournament
director Alain de Soultrait has high hopes that it will be a success.
"With the addition of several new events and an increase in prize
money, we have a very promising 2016 schedule in front of us and we
can’t wait to start what is sure to be another memorable season," he
"As our motto states, the Challenge Tour is ‘where heroes are made’
and has over the years built a strong reputation for developing and
growing the game.
"Our schedule this year, especially with our exciting new tournaments, reflects this better than ever."
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