Julius Nenzou carded a 74 to win this year’s Eagles Chairman’s trophy at Ruwa Country Golf Club last Saturday.
Hot favourite Ali Bin Hassim came second a shot behind. Other favourites, Blessing Gandawa, Cony Mashiri, Brian Chitsunge and Patrick Majiri struggled on the otherwise well-manicured course as they could not make the top 10.
A good field took to the well trimmed course whose greens played fantastic. A sumptuous buffet was served to cap a great day of golf.
A lot of work and attention to detail was committed to the course by Ruwa Golf Resort Management Committee.
Eagles chairman James Mtizwa took the opportunity to announce beneficiaries of the Eagles Charity donations which included Bumhudzo Old People’s Home of Chitungwiza.
Meanwhile, Falcon Golf Club will be hosting the two-day Janyure Pro-Am this weekend. The tournament will be divided into four divisions and prizes awarded on both days of the competition.
An auction will be held Saturday evening whilst golfers will be enjoying free drinks. This is the first time that Falcon has come up with such a well-sponsored golf tournament.
The brains behind the tournament, Michael Janyure, who has been playing golf for more than 30 years said preparations for the tournament were complete and organisers were awaiting golfers to pitch up and play good golf.
Kadoma Golf Club will be hosting the National Golf Finals this weekend. Participants are drawn from league winners across the country.
At the time of going to press, Angus McKenzie of the Zimbabwe Golf Association was still waiting for confirmations across the provinces from participating clubs.