Inzaule Clinches Thrilling Victory At Old Mutual Golf Series Grand Finale In Nairobi


L-R Nekoye Inzaule and Old Mutual EA Group CEO, Arthur Oginga. PHOTO/OLD MUTUAL

    Inzaule claimed the Division A overall winner prize with 66 nett, ahead of William Mayiani with 69 nett 

   The six-leg series wound up at Karen and has previously been to Nyali, Nyeri, Ruiru, Railways, and Vetlab 

NAIROBI, Kenya- On a score of 6-under-72, Nekoye Inzaule triumphed during the sixth and final leg of the Old Mutual Golf series, at the Karen Country Club on Thursday, where a commendable field of 189 players participated.
Inzaule delivered 66 nett to claim the overall winner prize in Division A, one stroke better than the overall winner second, William Mayiani who brought in 69 nett.
“It is my first time to stand here as the winner. I played on regulation and single putt. That did the trick for me,” Inzaule said.
In the same Division, George Muturi returned to the clubhouse with 33 nett to win the Division A Best First Nine prize, as Atsango Lwande won the Best Second Nine prize upon returning a score of 34 nett.
In the same Division, Robert Keter was the Gross winner after carding 79 Gross points.
Another 66 nett scores saw Aggrey Mulumbi lift the Division B overall title, with Bob Riaroh settling for the Division’s second-winner prize on 69 nett.
In the Division B Nines, Samuel Kamau won the First Nine prize on 33 netts as Brian Changangu went home as the Second Nine winner on a better countback score of 33 netts.
Leading the Guests was Jamleck Chege after firing a final score of four-under- 68.
The Senior prize was won by Samson Kamau, who played level-par with the junior winner, Sean Lyomu, who carded 1-over-par-73, marking the end of yet another exciting day at the fairways. 
Old Mutual Group sponsored the six-leg series, which has traversed the country, having already been to the Nyali Golf and Country Club, Kenya Railway Golf Club, Nyeri Club, Ruiru Sports Club, and the Vet Lab Sports Club, before winding up at Karen, where the sixth leg was also played.

This series exemplifies the Group’s commitment to enhancing customer relations, which goes beyond financial solutions to networking opportunities like those emerging from the tournament.
“The Old Mutual Golf Circuit is more than just a series of tournaments; which symbolizes our unwavering dedication to enriching customer experiences,”  said Old Mutual EA Group CEO, Arthur Oginga.
“By uniting both current and potential customers through the pursuit of shared passions, we get to understand their needs and respond with our Integrated Financial Services solutions.
Besides, these occasions not only honor sporting prowess,  but also serve as a stage for our valued customers to connect, engage, and create lasting memories.”

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