She is more determined to finish among the top players
After practicing on the Uganda Golf Club course more than before, ahead of the Tusker Malt Uganda Ladies Open, Resty Nalutaaya is aiming at winning a gross prize at this year’s championship that tees off on Thursday.
Nalutaaya will lead a number of artisans from Entebbe Club in the 54-hole competition, and is this time more determined to finish among the top players.
“My aim is to win a gross prize this year. I have not been practicing that much in previous open tournaments but this time I have already done four rounds on the course and I’m used to it. The fairways at Kitante have always been a challenge but I have mastered them and my target is a top five finish,” Nalutaaya stated.
“For the first time I have also hit the range several times to ensure my shots are perfect,” Another Entebbe product Melon Kyomugisha who is currently attached to Palm Valley Golf Club cannot also wait for the competition.
The former national team player, handicap 6, golfer believes this is going to be her year after working a lot on her driving.
“I have employed a coach for some time now who has helped me improve my game, and I think it is my driver that will make a difference since the results show,” Kyomugisha who was second after day-two last year said.
Regina Namata is another upcoming Entebbe golfer who also is dreaming of an improved performance after practicing a lot more than ever before ahead of the annual championship.