MultiChoice Kenya Corporate Communications Manager Philip Wahome (right) hands a dummy cheque to Kenya Open Golf Limited (KOGL) chairman. PHOTO | COURTESYMultiChoice Kenya Corporate Communications Manager Philip Wahome (right) hands a dummy cheque to Kenya Open Golf Limited (KOGL) chairman. PHOTO | COURTESY
By NAIROBI NEWS REPORTER

This year’s Barclays Kenya Golf Open has got a boost of Sh1 million from MultiChoice Kenya.

The tournament kicks off on Tuesday

“The money will go towards covering administrative costs incurred by organisers of the week-long event,” said MultiChoice Kenya Corporate Communications Manager Philip Wahome.

The partnership deal with Kenya Open Golf Limited (KOGL) will run for seven years.

KOGL tournament’s Publicity and Marketing Director, Kathleen Kihanya appreciated the support by DStv to provide financial support for lovers of the sport around the continent.

“Our seven-year partnership with MultiChoice has helped raise the profile of the tournament and I commend DStv for their continued support to the Kenya Golf Open tournament,” said Ms Kihanya.