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Kagoro wins Sheraton golf tournament
Publish Date: Jun 16, 2014
Kagoro wins Sheraton golf tournament
Marvin Kagoro receives the overall winner’s trophy from Sheraton General Manager Ian Duncan at Palm Valley Golf and Country Club. Photo by Michael Nsubuga
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By Michael Nsubuga 

ENTEBBE Club golfer Marvin Kagoro beat Phillip Kasozi and Steven Jali on count-back to emerge overall winner of the Sheraton Shoot-out golf tournament at Palm Valley Golf and Country Club on Saturday.

The handicap 23 golfer who took up the game nine months ago showed steady progress in his game beating over 100 golfers to the top prize of a weekend for two in a diplomatic suite at the Sheraton Kampala.

Meron Kyomugisha with 41 points was the best performer in the ladies category ahead of Diana Nabukenya (31 points) while Denis Anguyo’s 147 gross over two days won him the biggest share of the sh5m purse for the professionals.

Phillip Kasozi took the Group A accolade on top of the longest and nearest to the pin prizes with Steven Jali taking the runners up prize.

 

Melon Kyomugisha the best lady golfer at the Sheraton Shoot-out golf tournament receives her prize from Sheraton director of finance John Bograkos. Photo by Michael Nsubuga

Justin Real,s 35 points were also enough to win Group B with Adem Surmertas’ 34 getting him the runners up prize.

Group C was won by Hillary Ndugutse with Paul Nsereko finishing second.

Minister of State for works John Byabagambi and Sheraton Hotel general manager Ian Duncan presided over the one-day tournament which was organized to boost tourism.

One night for two and weekends for two in the Sheraton executive and club rooms await all winners on top of the trophies they got.

Overall winner: Marvin Kagoro 35pts c/b

Group A: Phillip Kasozi 35pts

Runner up: Steven Jali 35pts

Group B: Justin Real 35pts

Runner up: Adem Surmetas 34pts

Group C: Hillary Ndungutse 33pts

Runners up: Paul Nsereko 30pts

Ladies winner: Melon Kyomugisha 41pts

Group B: Diana Nabukenya 31pts

Longest drive: Phillip Kasozi

Ladies: Anne Ngabo

Nearest to the pin: Phillip Kasozi

Ladies: Anne Abeja

Professionals top three

Denis Anguyo 147

Silver Opio 148

Fred Wanzala 149

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