The World Golf Teachers Federation welcomes the country of Kenya as the newest member of the WGTF. USGTF Level III professional Anokh Jai will serve as the president of the Kenya Golf Teachers Federation.
Kenya has 40 golf courses, of which 13 are championship 18-hole courses. The country features a temperate climate well-suited for year-round golf. There are a mix of old and new courses, from the Royal Nairobi Golf Club founded in 1906 to the Vipingo Baobab Golf Club, built in 2009. Muthaiga Golf Club hosts the Kenya Open, which is part of the European Challenge Tour schedule.
Certification courses are slated to begin in 2013. Again, we welcome Kenya into the WGTF family, and look forward to a mutually beneficial association for years to come.