The winning team this year will get a fully paid golfing trip to watch the OMEGA Dubai Desert Classic in January 2020
Tim Mwanda/Ssubi Kiwanuka v Andrew Atuhaire/Geoffrey Orach
Richard Lutwama/Robert Busingye v Samuel Kato/ Charles Odere
Herman Mutaawe v Ronald Rugumayo
Herman ‘Deco' Mutebi v Abraham Ainamani
The Singleton Golf Challenge returns at Entebbe Club with four hot matches lined up in the semi-finals of the annual event on Saturday.
In the first semi-final match Tim Mwanda/Ssubi Kiwanuka takes on Andrew Atuhaire/Geoffrey Orach as Richard Lutwama/Robert Busingye battle Samuel Kato/ Charles Odere in the other.
The winning team this year will get a fully paid golfing trip to watch the OMEGA Dubai Desert Classic in January 2020.
In the professionals' category, Herman Mutaawe will entertain Ronald Rugumayo as ‘home boys'; Herman ‘Deco' Mutebi and Abraham Ainamani clash in the other.
Despite playing in his first semis of the tournament, Ssubi Kiwanuka is not shaken by their opponents who they have promised to eliminate.
"We shall go out to enjoy our game as it has been previously and the win will come naturally.
"Golf is an enjoyable game so we are not under any pressure and we don't need to strategies in any way but we know we are going to beat them," Kiwanuka said.
Professional golfer Ronald Rugumayo, who just recently joined the paid ranks, is also not worried of his more experienced opponent, Mutaawe.
"I will only stick to my game plan, there is nothing special; with matchplay, anything can happen," Rugamayo stated.
Off the course, it will be a Vegas night themed 19th-hole experience where everyone is a winner; not with free-flowing Singleton Whisky.
The event is sponsored by Singleton Whisky, RwandAir, Commercial Bank of Africa, DStv, HTC Hub, Pinnacle Security, Serena, Victoria Motors, Afrisafe, Ekspreso and Street Club.