Golf putting action at the 10th pin during the third round of the 2019 Singleton Golf Challenge at Entebbe Golf Club (Photo: David Isabirye)
Golfers Ivan Wesonga, Ronald Osekeny, Casper Okiru and David Tugume pose on the 10th Tee box at Entebbe Golf Club (Photo: David Isabirye)
  • Event: 3rd Season Singleton Golf Challenge (Round 4):

  • Date: Saturday, 11th May 2019
  • Mode of play: Match play (Main championship) & Stable ford (Subsidiary)
  • Venue: Entebbe Golf Club

*Early Tee-offs: 7 AM

*Theme Night: Cow Boy

The fourth round of the thrilling Singleton Golf Challenge tournament returns at the par 71 lake side Entebbe Golf Club this Saturday, 11th May 2019.

The four successful winning pairs (4) will play at the fourth round in the main amateurs’ catergory.

There are eight professionals left in the paid ranks catergory.

The rest of the crop that includes those eliminated at earlier stage and the guests all play in the subsidiary group.

The amateurs and professionals in the main championship play under the match play format.

Defending champion pair of Sheila Kensiime and Peace Kabasweka was ejected by Samuel Kato and Charles Odere 4/2.

Maureen Okura and Martha Babirye stopped Gloria Mbaguta and Evelyne Assimwe.

The winning pair will win return air tickets to the Dubai Classic series at the end of the year.

Others were Ibra Bagalana and Raymond Mwesigye, as well as Wendy Angudeyo with Dorren Mwesigye.

Herman Deco Mutebi Swings during the third round of the Singleton Gold challenge. He outwitted Vincent Byamukama. Deco will now play Robert Happy (Photo: David Isabirye)

I am set for the next round because my target to play in the finals and win in among the professionals

Herman Deco Mutebi, Professional Golfer


The professionals who qualified for the quarter finals are Herman ‘Deco’ Mutebi, Fred Wanzala, Robert Happy, Abraham Ainamani, Gerald Kabuye, Herman Mutawe, David Kamulindwa and Ronald Rugumayo.

Mutebi overcame Vincent ‘Araali’ Byamukama 1 up, Wanzala condemned Brian Toolit 5/3, Happy smiled 2/1 over Deo Akope, Ainamani defeated Adolf Muhumuza 2/1, Kabuye out-classsed Abbey Bagalana 5/4.

Meanwhile, Mutawe edged Jinja based Opio Onito with a second play-off hole, teenager Kamulindwa out-smarted Silver Opio 1 up and Rugumayo was 3/2 victorious over Richard Baguma.

Ronald Rugumayo places his ball before putting on pin 13 at Entebbe Golf Club (Photo: David Isabirye)

Professional match ups:

Mutebi will face Happy in the quarter final match up, Rugumayo takes on Wanzala, Ainemani will battle Kamulindwa as Mutawe will lock horns against Kabuye.

The pro golfers are playing for Shs 50M as the total kitty.

There is also a car staked for the hole in one successful golfer.

Like it has been since January 2019, the best performers on the day will receive their trophies and other prizes besides the 18th green earlier before the party and merry making commences at the 19th hole.

Every month, there is a theme night dedicated to the championship and on 11th May 2019, the Mexican Cow Boy style will reign in the night with a sumptuous dinner and lots of entertainment.

Round Three Results:


  • Charles Odero/Samuel Kato Beat Peace Kabasweeka/Sheila Kesiime 3/2
  • Wendy Angudeyo/ Doreen Mwesigye  Beat Elly Mukasa/Kiryowa Kiwanuka 3/1
  • Maureen Okura/Martha Babirye Beat Gloria Mbaguta/Evelyn Asiimwe 4/3
  • Ray Mwesige/Ibra Nagalanda Beat Greg Patterson/Josef Salani 5/4


  • Herman ‘Deco’ Mutebi Beat Vincent ‘Araali’ Byamukama – 1 up
  • Fred Wanzala Beat Brian Toolit – 5/3
  • Robert Happy Beat Deo Akope – 2/1
  • Ibrahim Ainamani Beat Adolf Muhumuza – 2/1
  • Robert Kabuye Beat Abbey Bagalana – 5/4
  • Herman Mutawe Beat Opio Onito – Second play-off hole
  • David Kamulindwa Beat Silver Opio – 1 up
  • Ronald Rugumayo Beat Richard Baguma – 3/2

David Isabirye

David Isabirye is a senior staff writer for Kawowo Sports where he covers most of the major events.

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