The two golfers consequently won themselves fully paid flights to Europe and Bwindi respectively courtesy of Brussels Airlines and Aero Link.
The fourth edition of the Civil Aviation Authority sponsored annual tournament was launched on Tuesday with a sh25m sponsorship from Civil Aviation Authority...
Magala returned 251 gross over 54 holes to win the championship that attracted 116 players.
Mbale course captain Paul Okiring says that the two-day event is expected to attract men and lady golfers from around the country.
Her fourth-place finish at the IBB Nigerian Ladies Open early this year in Abuja is also another motivator for the Uganda ladies top golfer.
The ladies were also very active with Sandra Namazzi topping the putting challenge ahead of Joanita Katushabe, Christine Namuddu, Evah Asasira and Hanifah...
The 18-year-old MUBS Transport and Logistics first year student, registered four birdies in the 18-hole round to edge out Jinja Club’s Sunday Lulet
Toolit who is coming off winning the Tusker Series professionals’ competition at Tooro Club is in joint lead with Saidi Mawa and Abraham Ainamani
The 20-year old returned 153 gross over 36 holes to beat over 100 caddies from BOTH, Uganda and Kenya
Playing off handicap 23, Sedakasi beat over 100 participants to the top prize to register his first win of the season in the process.
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