A statement from Safari Boston Golf Club
We’ve all have had someone go all the way out of their way to meet us on our way. That’s the pathway to love. Love is what enables us to come together & want to do something small or big to support a great cause.
Safari Boston Golf Club is always interested in working together with other organizations geared towards efforts that will ensure, reflect and facilitate the collaboration needed to turn the tide of illiteracy & poverty in our communities particularly when it comes to giving that will impact the success of our emerging future generations that will be critical to our communities well being.
On behalf of the Safari Boston Golf Club & Safari Boston Difference Makers Golf open organizing committee, we are pleased to say a special thanks to the much appreciated participants & contributors for taking time to attend an enjoyable day of golf, raise funds for charity, networking and support for Safari Boston Golf Club Ubuntu Music Therapy & Flying Kites initiatives.
We appreciate golfers, supporters for taking the time and effort to attend tonthis noble cause. Our primary goal was to host a charity golf fun event and put on an event that’s enjoyable.
We certainly hope that the tournament was all that the folfers expected it to be and that the golfers took the opportunity to make new friends and renew old acquaintances and had discussions and exchange of many experiences, suggestions and opinions with a diverse group from different walks of life.
We had great participants and the golfers enthusiasm and positive spirit helped make our time together both productive and fun. Together we raised $3000 which will all be donated to Flying Kites & Ubuntu Music Therapy.
Please check https://www.facebook.
com/safari.boston and https:// www.facebook.com/pages/Safari- Boston-Golf-Club/ 246229325411677 often for updates and feel free to call or email with topic suggestions.
We encourage you to attend our annual December conference at a time and day to be announced to draw our schedule for next year and discuss other issues pertaining to the growth of our club.
We believe that our golfers all agree that we have achieved many results this year and can all agree that this year’s golf tournaments have been a great success.
After closing our charity golf championship, we would like to say again, on the behalf of the organizing committee, how much we appreciate all of the co-organizers, sponsors and tournament staffs who contributed raffle items, time and their efforts to us during the last 3 months championship preparation. We thank you.
This championship would not have been a success without you. As we conclude the championship, we hope each of us will work together for a healthier Safari Boston Golf Club.
Again, thank you for being part of our SBGC Difference Makers Golf Championship, your participation and please recommend our club to others in the future.
I wish you the best. See you in october 6th 2018 for our Last Chance Invitational Championship.
Congratulations to the following winners of yesterday’s , 2018 “SBGC Difference Makers Open ? championship. Mad respect for y’all golfers ? for bracing the tough competition conditions to duke it out for 4 whole hours over who would become our September’s charity tournament champion.
We had plenty of fun & enjoyed immensely a great round of golf & camaraderie. Cheers ? ? bruhs. Safari chapters have the best golfers.
*Vinnie Kaba* – Net 71/ Gross 86, Grand Prize winner of Net Gross
*Tim Ndei* – Net 72/ Gross 101, 2nd Net Gross.
*John Gíathi* – Net 73/ Gross 89, 3rd Net Gross.
*Freddie Chege & Pele Katangaza * – SBGC monthly mug winner
*Vinnie Kaba* – Low Gross score winner 86
*Tony Ngari* – Putting Champion
*William Emase* – Chipping Champion
*George Kahi* – Closest to the pin Hole # 6
*Chris Esikumo* – Closest to the pin Hole # 11
*Tim Ndei* – Longest Drive Hole #9
*Wicleff Cherry ? * – Longest Drive Hole #18
*John Kariùki* – SBGC Member of the year 2018 award.
*Frndz* – Interclub Champions
*No winner* – Hole in one – hole #11
*Full list of SBGC Difference Makers Open golf tournament Raffle Prize Winners*
*Hushtome HCC 08 Vaccum Cleaner* Value $150 – Loise Mwathi.
*Farmers Choice Sausages* Value $100 – John Kariùki
*Ubuntu Music ? Therapy T-shirts * Value $100
*Wines* Value $100
Sam Thùgí – Avalon
Shadrack Kilemba – Avalon
Moses Kínùthia – Avalon
Brook Wilder – Avalon & Toasted Head
Anna Kímara – Don Segundo
Antony Kamnao – Natura Un Oaked
Kírùthi Njenga – Thorny Rose ?
*Glofers Warehouse gift card* -Value $25 – Anna Mathenge
*Lascala restaurant gift card value* $25 – Anna Mathenge
*Seraphine Photography Gift Certificate* $276 – Tony Ngarí was the Bid winner
*Sam Adams beer ? cases Value* $210 – 6 pack winners:
Moses Kínùthia – two 6 packs
Antony Kamarù- two 6 packs
Bryan Baguma – Sam Adams 12 can case bid winner.
Shadrack Kilemba – Sam Adams 12 can case bid winner.
Dear SBGC Charity Golf ??♀️ ?? ⛳️ sponsors,
On behalf of Safari Boston Golf ??♀️ ?? Club, I would like to thank you once again for so kindly & generously sponsoring our charity Golf event yesterday. We could not have done it without featuring you, & the generous support of your caring business Enterprises. Thank you again for your thoughtful raffle gifts ? to Safari Boston Golf ??♀️??⛳️ club charitable community.
We look forward to speaking with you more about next years event in the upcoming months.