Inter-club Golf Challenge:
- Uganda Golf Club – 27.5 points
- Entebbe Golf Club – 14.5 Points
- Uganda Golf Club – 4 points
- Entebbe Golf Club – 1 point
Uganda Golf Club perfectly avenged and answered their first leg loss to Entebbe Golf Club with a bold answer in the Blue label match up over the weekend.
The Kitante based club humiliated their friendly foes from Entebbe 27.5 to 14.5 points during the return leg of the Interclub Golf Challenge that was held at the par 72 Kitante Golf Course.
Coming to the return leg, Entebbe Golf Club had the bragging rights but failed to defend the trophy and succumbed to their opponents.
Uganda Golf Club outstanding players on the red letter day included the Amos Nzei and Kato Sebaale pair that got the better of Stanley Muhwezi and Sempebwa pairing 6/5.
Handicap 18 golfer Innocent Kihika lost to Patrick Oyee (H/C 13).
Charles Hamya and Isaac Nsereko were 4/3 victors against Nkambwe G and Herbert Mwetemba.
Jadu Patel and Anthony Agaba pair overcame David Ssekitoleko and Jaime Byaruhanga 7/5.
Meanwhile Mutegyeki C. and Jim Muhwezi pair beat Nambale D and Musiime Perry 4/3.
Handcap 15 golfer Morgan Otile lost to Nkuruzizza, handicap 13. Entebbe’s Davis Kato (handicap 1) won his game against Michael Monie.
Fred Kasumba (H/C 18) lost to Ankunda 7/5. Mouren Okura smiled over Mugisha.
Uganda Golf Club Professionals won 4-1 over their Entebbe counterparts.
Uganda Golf Professionals Association president Deo Akope led by example as he defeated Entebbe’s Robert ‘Escobar’ Oluba 2/1.
Herman Mutawe overcame Peter Sendaula 1-up as George Kabuye lost to Entebbe’s Opio Silver 4/3.
Meanwhile, Abbey Bagalana finished all Square with Henry Lujja. Similarly, Brian Mwesigwa and Vincent “Araali” Byamukama also drew.
The successful pros partook of two million shillings (Shs2m).
Strong bond between the two sister clubs:
Entebbe Golf Club Chairman Dr. Twinemanzi Tumubweine congratulated Uganda Golf Club for the victory.
He hinted on the significance of the tournament for providing the unbreakable bond between the two biggest clubs in Uganda.
“This friendly match has created a strong bond between the two oldest clubs in the country. We set the trend in the first match. Congratulations for winning. We seek for a rematch,” Tumubweine said as his members chorused in unison; “We shall overcome some day” chants.
Kampala Golf Club members sang aloud ‘UGC we are the champions, we are the champions’ as the 19th hole turned into a noisy gathering.
Could the third leg re-match at Serena Golf Course in Kigo, Lweza, off Entebbe Road as suggested finally settle the egos?
Your guess is as good as mine.