The British Army Training Unit Kenya (BATUK) Golf Society enjoyed an away day on the 20th March to Sigona Golf Club which enabled members to enter a match play competition.
Despite being outmatched on this occasion, BATUK say the day was “thoroughly enjoyed by all who took part”.
While taking part, the team took the opportunity to carry out valuable community engagement by fostering new relationships with civilian members of the club.
Golf Society Deputy, Staff Sergeant Rob Humphreys, also presented a plaque to their hosts expressing the team’s gratitude.
The Sigona Club Captain said: “Sigona Golf Club are very grateful for the opportunity to host the BATUK Golf Society and we look forward to the next time we shall meet in Nanyuki.”