Not even the burden of playing golf with four clubs of your choice didn’t bother handicap 24 Zuber Juma and Meron Kyomugisha as they carried the day at the 7th edition of the Marsh Alexander Forbes Chairman’s Cup at the par 71 Entebbe Club on Saturday.
Juma who was winning his second tournament in Entebbe returned with the best score of 42 stableford points to claim the men’s overall crown beating a total of 182 golfers from club’s all over the country.
Handicap 7 Meron Kyomugisha from Palm Valley Golf and Country Club was the ladies overall winner with 39 points in a tournament that is one of the major highlights at the Entebbe Club.
National golfer Robert “Escobar” Oluba, was group A winner returning to the club house with 37 points in the category of 0-9 handicap. Cricket player Bashir Badu, was winner B with with 41 points.
Marsh Alexander Forbes that has been sponsoring the tournament for the last seven years contributed 5 million to Entebbe Club, as part of their partnership to develop the club.
Lugazi’s 14 year old Godfrey Nsubuga was winner group C with 36 points on the day. The biggest roar from the 19th hole was given to the return of Irene Nakalembe, was claimed Group A with 32 points she was making a return to the course since January.
Silver Opio, claimed the professionals tournament that had 17 professionals playing over two days.
Entebbe caddy Resty Nalutaaya claimed group B with 36 points to wrap up the evening that ended with dance troupe performing and Grace Nakimera, later entertaining the merry crowd of winners on the 19th hole.