Despite the fact that all sporting activities have been under siege of the notorious Covid-19 pandemic, golfers from all over the country did not forget about the beautiful green course even when they could not have access to it.

But when matters were eased a little bit some few weeks ago, golfing matters also got eased too.

During the inaugural Uganda Coffee Golf Tourney that took place in Mbale last weekend, Westnile Golf Club registered enormous success as the club ran away with many individual accolades.

Westnile Golf Club’s Gilberto Kohn (left) and Arima Emmanuel (right) sharing light moments at the Mbale Golf course.

The event attracted eleven (11) clubs countrywide with Westnile Golf club boasting of the biggest contingent of 34 golfers that included Osman Dalfodio, Matata Jimmy, Rajab Piwang, Toko Mosh, Arima Emmanuel, Alemiga Hussein, Van Geo, Bob Hunter( Lagos based), Amori Moses, John Toa, Drate Gordon, Nakuya Patricia, Eyoki Godwin, Guma Rhone, Johnson Dairo, Ejiku Robert, Atiku Isaac Opi ka among others.

Outstanding performers from the Westnile club were Etoma Geofrey who was runner up from group B with 69 net, Ismail Dalfodio who was also runner up from group A with 73 net as well as eventual group A winner Alemiga Hussein who hit 70 net.

The Uganda Ladies Golf Union president Anne Abeja aiming for the hole during the tournament in Mbale.

On a general note, Nsubuga Godfrey was the overall winner.

The tourney was sponsored by Castle Lite, Uganda Coffee Alliance, Unilever Uganda, Pepsi Uganda and Mountain Harvest.

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