Former Uganda Golf Union chief Omollo has been picked to lead THE African GOLF confederation
El Gouna, Egypt | LOUIS JADWONG & AGENCIES | Former Uganda Golf Open President Johnson Omollo has been elected Africa Golf Confederation president at a meeting in Egypt.
Omollo, who has been the golf body’s Vice President since 2013 under Zambia’s Joe Malanje and later on Mauritius’ Christophe Currie, was elected during the AGC Council meeting held at El Gouna Golf Club in Hurghada, Egypt on Thursday. Omollo edged Currie in the vote.
Outgoing Africa Golf Confederation President Christophe Cure and newly elected Omollo gave out the prizes at the just concluded Africa Team Golf Championships.
The tournament gold went to Morocco, silver to South Africa and Kenya took bronze. Uganda best individual was Jakisa.
The Ugandan team comprised US-based players. Also in Egypt was national team head coach and female golf professional Flavia Namakula and the current president of Uganda Golf Union (UGU) Moses Matisko.
The medalists, Morocco, South Africa and Kenya celebrate. Uganda’s Omollo is 2nd left. COURTESY PHOTOS
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✳ 2nd FAKORI El Mehdi 🇲🇦 272
✳ 3rd ADAM Bresnu 🇲🇦 275
✳ 6th TAUFIQ SALIM Adel 🇰🇪 281
✳ 22nd Emma Jakisa 🇺🇬 297
✳ 26th Colline Ajidra 🇺🇬 303
✳ 39th Ronaldo Otile 🇺🇬 312
✳ 49th Titus Okwong 🇺🇬 321