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Women urged to play golf

By Aloysius Byamukama

Added 11th December 2017 11:44 AM

Very few women took part in the tournament that attracted 175 golfers from Kampala, Jinja, Mbarara, Tooro, Kabale, Kenya and Rwanda.

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Overall ladies winner Mackline Nsenga receives her prize from Ibanda District chairman Melichiadis Kazwengye

Very few women took part in the tournament that attracted 175 golfers from Kampala, Jinja, Mbarara, Tooro, Kabale, Kenya and Rwanda.

Women have been called on to start playing golf to keep their bodies healthy.

The call was made by Minister John Byabagambi while officiating at the Mbarara Golf open awards ceremony on Saturday.

Very few women took part in the tournament that attracted 175 golfers from Kampala, Jinja, Mbarara, Tooro, Kabale, Kenya and Rwanda.

In the ladies category, youthful Mackline Nsenga from Tooro club won the overall title after returning 38 stableford points while Edrae Kagombe, Kate Muganga and Meron Kyomugisha won in different categories.  

 Overall Ladies Mbarara Open winner Mackline Nsenga (3)

Ronnie Bukenya emerged the winner of the professionals’ category with 144 points while Abbey Bagalana came second with 145.

In other categories, Mbarara’s Davis Kakuru took the overall winner’s trophy and goodies after returning 42 points with the likes of Francis Ocheng, Mubiru Augustine and Richard Aharimpisa winning in their respective categories while Nathan Muganga won in the veterans’ category.

 drae agombe was among the few female golfers at the event Edrae Kagombe was among the few female golfers at the event

 

 

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